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All of us have personal identity information that we don't want published. That information is held by multiple companies and ranges from credit card and social security numbers to medical records and insurance policies. You'd be surprised what they know about you. Have you ever wondered what really happens to your credit card number when you hand your card to your waiter? Is he the only one who sees your personal information? Can you really trust him with it? What about the cashier in the hotel lobby? And that Web site where you made your last purchase? Are they protecting your personal identity? Do those companies have processes in place to keep your personal information confidential

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