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In 2014, approximately 17 percent of Americans over the age of 16 had their identity stolen. Taking precautions like deleting suspicious e-mails, avoiding untrustworthy websites and encrypting sensitive information can help prevent adversaries from stealing personal information. Protecting personally identifiable information
Couples often celebrate the birth of their child by sharing the heartfelt moment with friends and family on social media. While the family is rejoicing, it does not take long for a criminal to track down the newborn’s social security number with the information posted online. Several months later, the parents receive a notice in the mail saying their child owes several thousand dollars in debt, said Jeff Gordy, 20th Communication Squadron wing privacy act manager, describing a common mistake individuals make regarding personally identifiable information.
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