In a case of first impression, the Eleventh Circuit was asked to determine who is considered an identity theft victim. Those whose information was used, not merely sold, are victims, the three-judge panel held. Given the novelty of the case, the court's decision could have ripple effects across the country on how courts sentence identity thieves.
Eleventh Circuit narrows definition for what constitutes identity theft victim
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