Does the government having access to citizen's personal information increase the chance of identity theft?

The U.S. government now has access to citizen’s credit card statements, medical records, and bank account information. Do you believe this increases the probability of identity theft as this information could potentially be abused by public employees who have access to that information?

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Question about getting out of a contract?

I am the member of a health club and don’t have enough time to go as much as I like but they have me in a 2 year contract and I can’t easily get out of it. I was looking over my credit card statements and I saw they had charged me twice in July. […]

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how to block an address that’s not yours that was used by identity theft?

On one of my credit card statements there is a different address listed that isn’t mine. And as a result one of my bills was sent to that address and I never received it. I am certain someone has my social security number and they used their own address with it. Is there any kind […]

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How do I fill out a breach of contract form?

Someone owes me money and their excuses are getting old. It's funny how they spent the money on necesseties but there is no copy of the receipts or bank/credit card statements to back this up. I would have given this person a break if they some type of document to back of their statement. Anyway […]

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