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Sarah had seen Jessica’s email password written in her diary in class. If you know someone’s password or login details for online or social media sites and use them or give them to someone else with the intention of committing a crime, you could be charged with identity theft and face up to 7 years in jail.Sarah sent an email to everyone in their class pretending to be Jessica saying “I hate you all and I am so much better than everyone here”. Sarah may face criminal charges as she has accessed Jessica’s secure email account without her permission. Think about the types of things that are password protected on your computer.An identity thief takes on another person’s identity by using their personal information, which includes the person’s name, address, date of birth and email and social media log-in details.
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