Sec. 32.51. Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information.
"Identifying information" means information that alone or in conjunction with other information identifies a person, including a person's:
1. Name and date of birth;
2. Unique biometric data, including the person's fingerprint, voice print, or retina or iris image;
3. Unique electronic identification number, address, routing code, or financial institution account number;
4. Telecommunication identifying information or access device; and
5. Social security number or other government-issued identification number.
A person commits an offense if the person, with the intent to harm or defraud another, obtains, possesses, transfers, or uses an item of:
1. Identifying information of another person without the other person's consent;
2. Information concerning a deceased natural person, including a stillborn infant or fetus, that would be identifying information of that person were that person alive, if the item of information is obtained, possessed, transferred, or used without legal authorization; or
3. Identifying information of a child younger than 18 years of age.
Report Identity Theft to the Federal Trade Commission at identitytheft.gov.