- A new report from the Government Publishing Office revealed that nearly 2,000 visitors to the White House in December 2020 had their Social Security numbers “inadvertently” leaked by the federal government when records pertaining to the Jan. 6 Committee were published in late 2022.
- After the Biden Administration directed the National Archives and Records Administration to provide the Jan. 6 Committee with White House visitor logs from the waning days of the Trump presidency, namely from December 2020 to January 2021, NARA complied, according to the GPO report.
- The Select Committee agreed to accept the records provided by NARA with “birthdates and social security numbers removed.”
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The watchdog for the Government Publishing Office said 1,900 Social Security numbers were published in error as part of the Jan. 6 House select committee's final report. https://t.co/B3Gt0hpbGO
— CBS News (@CBSNews) March 31, 2023
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