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1. Which of the following would not be illegal under the Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act of 1998?
a. A thief steals someone’s social security card.
b. An internet hacker uses someone’s credit card number
c. A terrorist forges another person’s driver’s license.
d. All of the are illegal under the Act.

2. With the exception of handwritten receipts or receipts generated from manual imprints of cards, which of these prohibits merchants from including more that the last five digits of account numbers or expiration date on credit card and debit card receipts?
a. Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act.
b. The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act.
c. Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act.
d. None of these.

3. Aggravated identity theft, which is defined as identity theft or intended identity theft committed in connection with certain other crimes listed in the act, mandates an additional prison sentence of how many years in nonterrorism cases?
a. A minimum of two years.
b. Two years.
c. A minimum of five years.
d. Five years.

4. The Internet False Identification Prevention Act makes it illegal to do which of the following?
a. Sell counterfeit versions of certain official identification cards.
b. Produce or sell counterfeit versions of certain official identification cards.
c. Produce or sell templates that can be used to produce counterfeit versions of certain official identification cards.
d. All of these.

5. The best general method for catching identity thieves is which of the following?
a. Tracing.
b. Catching them in the act.
c. Using controlled delivery.
d. None of these.



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