Cybercasing 2.0: You Get What You Pay For

arXiv: Cryptography and Security, Volume abs/1811.06584, 2018.

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Abstract:

Under U.S. law, marketing databases exist under almost no legal restrictions concerning accuracy, access, or confidentiality. We explore the possible (mis)use of these databases in a criminal context by conducting two experiments. First, we show how this data can used for cybercasing by using this data to resolve the physical addresses o...More

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