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May, 2007

Company Press Release
Source: Solutions, Inc.

County and District Clerks Solve Social Security Number Dilemma

May 2007 Amarillo, Texas.  For most county and district clerks across the State of Texas, the prospect of implementing major changes in document security requirements, such as the recent Attorney General Opinion regarding social security numbers, was going to prove challenging. Aside from the logistical and technical compliance issues, there are significant financial hurdles to consider as well as developing plans to address all of the legal issues. is pleased to announce its redaction software is in place and has been thoroughly tested in several counties across the state. The district clerks in El Paso, Potter and Victoria counties are pleased to announce they are among the first in the state  to safeguard personal information such as social security numbers on their document images. Redaction software will exclude social security numbers from retrieved or subscriber requested images. When the recent Attorney General Opinion regarding the mandatory redaction of personal information such as social security numbers was released shock waves went reverberating across the State of Texas. Clerks across the state and many businesses that provide services to clerks were not prepared except iDocket. IDocket already had the necessary software on the shelf and warming up.

Testing and verification is complete - with clerks and subscriber support, iDocket is please to announce it will be one of the first, if not the first vendor to have social security numbers redacted from its customers images. Anyone requesting more information or details can do so via e-mail to

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