"Social Security - the Way Out"
"The Social Security Number and Its Threat to Privacy"
we review the history of the Social Security number, the statues
and regulations that provide for issuing the number, that theres
no law requiring anyone to have a number and that only those who
are or intend to become recipients of federal aid may be assigned
numbers. We also examine numerous media articles that discuss the
threat to privacy that the Social Security number has become as
it gradually becomes the universal identifier.
Chapter 5: "Section 7 of the Privacy Act of 1974"
is a treatise on the history and development of Section 7, the one
federal law that specifically protects individuals from disclosing
their Social Security numbers.
Chapter 6: "The Right to Free Exercise of Religion"
review, in depth, the right to free exercise of religion on both
the state and federal laws, including the First Amendment, the Religious
Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 (RFRA), the California religion
clause (which is the same as many other states clauses), and
other legal accommodations of religious objectors. This has been
made an order for the lay reader to have enough background to understand
the issue. This is a lengthy
volume, but good educational material for students.
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