Social Security numbers have become a universal identifier, and are more prone to identity theft.
Social Security numbers have become a universal identifier, and are more prone to identity theft. Getty Images
Social Security numbers have become a universal identifier, and are more prone to identity theft. Getty Images

There’s no security in Social Security numbers — let’s get rid of them

January 11, 2018 09:31 PM

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