Some cool identification theft photos:
Stick to the money.
Picture by Neil. Moralee
White-collar criminal activity identifies financially motivated nonviolent crime dedicated by company and federal government experts. Within criminology, it was initially defined by sociologist Edwin Sutherland in 1939 as "a crime committed by you of respectability and high personal status for the duration of his occupation". Typical white-collar crimes might integrate fraud, bribery, Ponzi systems, insider trading, labor racketeering, embezzlement, cybercrime, copyright laws infringement, cash laundering, identification theft, and forgery.
Candid road Shot "financial district" Toronto Canada.