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Class Action Suit Filed to Protect Driver's Information


A class action lawsuit has been launched against the state of Arizona in regards to the State's use of an individual's Social Security number as their driver's license number, which was the policy from 1986 until three years ago. The suit claims that the state has been negligent in failing to inform citizens of the dangers of identity theft as a result of a person's Social Security number being known. The suit was filed on behalf of residents of the state, and is calling for notification of identity theft dangers, as well as for compensation for those who have had to pay to have their driver's license number changed

Many states issued driver's licenses containing social security numbers and continue to sell the information to domestic and foreign data aggregators.


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