Eight States Give Prisoners Access to Citizens' Private Info

Arkansas Times | April 15, 2010
If you're worried about identity theft, the last place you'd probably want your birth date, Social Security number, and name to wind up might be a prison. However, a new report by the Social Security Administration finds eight states, including Arkansas, in which prisoners have access to personal information through inmate work programs.

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