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Over the course of your life, personal details about you are logged in public records. The county might know your age because of your birth certificate. Courts might know about your speeding tickets (or other crimes that might be on your record). And the federal government almost certainly knows when your Social Security card was issued.

Normally, all of this data is hidden behind a sea of red tape, specifically designed to make it harder for regular people to see.

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