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Social Security Number: Legal Developments Affecting Its Collection, Disclosure, and Confidentiality
Kathleen S. Swendiman (au)
While the social security number (SSN) was first introduced as a device for keeping track of contributions to the Social Security system, its use has been expanded by goväó»t. entities and the private sector to keep track of many other goväó»t. and private sector records. Beginning in the 1960s, fed. agencies started adopting the SSN as a governmental identifier, and its use for keeping track of goväó»t. records, on both the fed. and state levels, greatly increased. The chronology in this 2008 report provides a list of federal developments affecting use of the SSN, including federal regulation of the number, as well as specific authorizations, restrictions, and fraud provisions concerning its use. This is a print on demand report.
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