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Inquiry Paper Final Draft Revision

Inquiry Paper Final Draft Revision

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Published by: csande34 on Apr 30, 2012
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Michael SandersProfessor Jan RiemanEnglish 1102Date: April 4, 2012Self-assessmentI think that this paper was really well written compared to past papers. This has to bethe first time I feel like I did an actual research paper. After I had finished my first draft I reallydid not think it would need as much revision as I did. After I fully read through my paper Inoticed many errors that were so obvious. The peer workshop helped me find many of theseerrors and suggested many things that helped enhance my paper. Overall I find that my peerworkshops really helped and I was able to revise and edit many things. This has to most thoughtI have put into revising a paper but I have to say that it feels like it really paid off.
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Michael SandersProfessor Jan RiemanEnglish 1102Date: April 4, 2012Identity Theft: Why do they do it and what are its affects?In the past Identity Theft was not considered a major crime even though it washappening to thousands of people. Identity theft has grown a lot over the years and nowpeople are more aware than ever. Identity theft is a major crime that involves someone stealing
someone else’s identity. This crime can literally destroy someone’s
life. What would you do if allof you
hard work and hard earned money is taken away from you within a matter of seconds? That is a question you all should be thinking about because if your identity is taken
and you don’t do anything to get it back then it is gone for good
or until the thieves decide theyare done with it. It is always best to act as soon as you see any signs of identity theft happeningto you.Identity thieves are capable of getting to other
s personal information in many differentways. One of the easiest and fastest ways for the thieves to get your personal informationwould be through the internet. Most identity thieves are very smart and have many tricks uptheir sleeves. They have many different ways to trick people into falling into their traps. Onetrick they use is
called “phishing” and wh
at they do is send fake e-mails to different people. Theway they trick them is by designing the e-mail to look professional and real. What I mean by
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that is that some thieves are able to design an e-mail to look and they try to trick the users intogiving out their personal information. To defend yourself from this scam, it is best if you payclose attention to what emails you are opening and viewing. If you notice anything suspicious,like the senders email looks similar to a personal email, then it is more than likely a persontrying to trick you into giving them your information.
Web. 4 April 2012.It can be real easy to fall into these traps that I talked about because sometimes it ishard to spot them. I have fallen victim to one of these traps and one thing I have to say is,always be on the lookout for suspicious emails. What had happened was I was having aproblem with a product I bought online and I had contacted the company through email and Iwas waiting for a response. I had done this before so I knew that I had to give them my creditcard information. Later on that day I had received an email from what I thought was thecompany saying that I was missing some information so they could not help me yet. I sent themanother email with my information on it, but guess what it was not them. I found out thisbecause minutes later the actual company had responded back. I was a little worried because Iknow what I had just did, I had given the thieves all of my cards information. I knew that the

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