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Eight States Give Prisoners Access to Citizens' Private Infonew

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.
Arkansas Times  |  David Koon  |  04-15-2010  |  Policy Issues

The Identity Makersnew

In the age of terror, are the people who make fake identification documents for the Hispanic community noble public servants -- or national security risks?
SF Weekly  |  Cristi Hegranes  |  07-26-2005  |  Immigration

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