Rebovich Provides Expert Commentary on ID Theft
NY Observer Reporter Looks for Answers
NY Observer reporter Rafi Kohan experienced firsthand the difficulties of identity theft
Utica, NY (03/24/2014)- Dr. Donald Rebovich, professor of criminal justice and executive director of the Center for Identity Management and Information Protection (CIMIP) of Utica College, was interviewed recently by New York Observer reporter Raphael Kohan. Kohan detailed his own experience with identity theft in the March 24 article.
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