|Re: Personal Information on Lexis||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Loren Davidson (lorenwombat.net)|
|Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 15:35:43 -0500|
At 03:17 PM 9/17/96 -0500, JJSherwood [at] aol.com wrote: >Hi, Everyone.... > >We just received this e-mail from a longtime friend. He's a software >engineer who spends a lot of time in cyberspace. I consider him to be a very >reliable source and not hysterical in any way. With that introduction, I >pass this information on to you. > (stuff deleted) I've done some investigation on this today, after getting the same letter...apparently they stopped including SSN's in their database in June, after only 12 days. Apparently the level of protest was deafening. They've got a statement up at http://www.lexis-nexis.com/lncc/about/ptrak.html on the subject. It probably still couldn't hurt to tell 'em to get your name the H*ll out of their database though... Loren Loren Davidson loren [at] wombat.net http://www.batnet.com/beauty/ The First Amendment went too far. It should have said, "Congress shall make no law".
Personal Information on Lexis JJSherwood, September 17 1996
- Re: Personal Information on Lexis Loren Davidson, September 17 1996
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