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5-27-2008 @ 9:56AM
There was a scandal a while back where Florida made many of their records available online. It may not be possible to access everyone's records in every state, but even if you can't find them online it's just a jaunt down to the local records office to browse through some documents.http://writ.corporate.findlaw.com/ramasastry/20060417.htmlSocial security numbers were never intended to be the oh-so-secret personal identification numbers they're used as today. While some measures have been or are being taken to redact archived documents, they're still not nearly as hard to find as most think.
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