A recent 'purchasing raid' on Sydney's RailCorp lost property auction yielded 50 memory sticks, 66% of which contained malware.
Victoria and Western Australia have signed on to the Document Verification Service (DVS), designed to protect Australians against identity theft.
Attorney-General Robert McClelland has announced the results of a survey, under the headline: "New research shows identity theft affects one in six people," but that's something of an exaggeration depending exactly on what you take 'effects' to mean.
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