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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What springs to mind when you hear the term ‘identity theft’?

2)

How can someone steal your identity?

3)

Are you sure all of your personal information is secure?

4)

Whose identity would you like to steal for a day and what would you do in those 24 hours?

5)

How can you prevent identity theft?

6)

Is identity theft a minor or major crime?

7)

What danger would your country be in if someone stole your president’s/prime minister’s identity?

8)

Would you consider taking out identity theft insurance?

9)

What would you want to happen to someone who stole your identity?

10)

Have you ever been a victim of identity theft?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

What can happen to you if someone steals your identity?

2)

What is actually stolen with identity theft?

3)

How can identity theft be stopped to reduce the chances of illegal immigration?

4)

Do you think someone can steal another person’s identity and live their life?

5)

Do you think someone could steal your identity over the Internet?

6)

Are you always careful about what documents you throw away?

7)

How dangerous do you think it is to put personal information on social networking sites like FaceBook, MySpace and Bebo?

8)

Is identity theft a serious problem in your country?

9)

Have you seen any movies or read any novels about identity theft?

10)

What would happen if everyone’s identity was stolen?


 


 
 
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