There is also a lot of extra concern about the compromise of minors' privacy, literally as part of the business model.
The regulatory consequences could be quite substantial. Facebook seems to have violated its agreement with the FCC in 2011.
This blog suggests that the United States Postal Service, software companies and financial services work together to develop a method to require validation of all credit applications against a preferred NCOA ("National Change of Address) database of registered addresses, so that fictitious persons can not be made up. See Sept. 25, 2006 posting for statement of proposal.
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