(PRWEB) August 09, 2015
Identity theft is more rampant than ever in the digital age, with more than 15 million victims in the United States and $50 billion in damages annually. Victims of identity theft often suffer its consequences for extended periods of time. Many end up having to pay out of pocket for damages and experience unrecoverable drops to their credit score, due to someone else's crime.
A new "In America" segment will examine identity theft in the United States, uncovering how identity theft is committed, and highlighting the victims and criminals of identity theft. The program will also feature organizations that aim to eliminate identity theft, and their efforts to keep up with the ever-expanding opportunities for identity theft in today's culture of digital sharing. The program will be hosted by James Earl Jones.
"In America," which is an independently distributed program, explores issues that affect the American public to educate viewers on current trends in the United States. The program is produced by an award-winning staff. It is not affiliated in any way to PBS or APT.
More information regarding "In America," and past segments can be found at http://www.inamericaproject.com.