States removing personal data from official web sites

Tuesday, 25 April 2006, 1:40 PM EST

At least six states use redaction software, which digitally erases information. It can be tailored to excise nine-digit entries such as SSNs. Chips Shore, circuit court clerk for Florida's Manatee County, removed SSNs and bank account numbers from 3 million public records on the Web site. Another 2.5 million court records were redacted before going online.

At CIO Today.

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