Saturday, September 25, 2010

Private Investigation News: Oklahoma court bars release of birth dates

"A court ruling that clamps down on the release of public employees' birth dates is disappointing and a blow for those who use the information to protect and benefit the taxpaying public.

The ruling Tuesday stemmed from an Oklahoma County District Court case that pitted The Oklahoman and the Tulsa World against the Oklahoma Public Employees Association. Both newspapers had filed open records requests involving the birth dates of public employees. The OPEA opposed the release as an invasion of privacy, and has said that the availability of such information could make employees targets for identity theft or other harm."  
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