1. Brucker-Cohen, Jonah,“Human Error: Projects That Emphasize “Misuses”
of Technology” Artist Talk”, International Symposium on Electronic Art, (ISEA 2022) , June 2022, Barcelona, Spain.

2. Brucker-Cohen, Jonah,”Human Error, A Collection of Work that Highlights Our
Misuse of Technology and the Internet”, EVA London 2022 ,
London, United Kingdom.

3. Brucker-Cohen, Jonah,”Human Error How Integrating Common Errors Into User Interfaces Can Challenge Our Perceptions and Change Design Thinking”, chapter in Green Revisited. Encountering Emerging Naturecultures in Art and Research Paperback, RIXC, Riga, Latvia, 2022.


Identity theft begins when someone takes your personally identifiable information such as your name, Social Security Number, date of birth, your mother’s maiden name, and your address, to use it without your knowledge or permission. Identity theft is so prevalent online that there’s a new victim of identity theft every 2 seconds. For example, during the first half of 2021, 118.6 million people had their records exposed in data breaches and consumers lost more than $56 billion to identity theft and fraud. 

Theft ID is a web-based form that includes all of the necessary elements to cause Identity theft and relies on “human error” or the inability of individuals to determine whether or not they are giving up too much of their personal information to reliably trust this particular web form. You can try the form out here to see if you can stop this form of “Human Error”. 


Try out Theft ID here: Demo