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In a digital age, the reality is that simple identifiers (e.g., e-mail addresses, login names, and identification numbers) are used without any protection and should be considered public information even though they point to a specific individual. In addition to the increase in public exposure of such data, the provisions of ownership of personal identifiers have not been effectively addressed, and there is a lack of legal infrastructure today to ensure the privacy of such information.
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