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The United States Government Accountability Office has released a report on federal and state laws restricting the use of Social Security numbers. Despite such legislation, public and private sectors’ use of the numbers is widespread, the GAO found. Government agencies frequently use Social Security numbers to administer programs, verify applicant eligibility, and conduct research. These numbers are still widely available in a variety of public records. In addition, certain private sector entities, such as credit reporting agencies and health care organizations, also use Social Security numbers.

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