on Monday cited those people involved in divorce — and possibly
foreclosure — cases in Kane County, as some of the individuals
potentially and unknowingly placed at risk.
In Illinois, any information buried within the pages of a court file
is public record.
And those individuals who file these documents — often the attorneys
in the case of Kane County — do not have to redact, or omit, private
information, Seyller said.
"I've seen several different types of case types they file. (There
are) things they don't redact ... They don't just say the last four
digits of a Social Security number," Seyller said. . .
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