The social security number (SSN) is the primary identifier used to identify someone, whether it’s an employer, a patient, or someone who wants to get a job.
It’s used by employers, doctors, and others who want to determine if a person is eligible for benefits, and by insurance companies to verify that someone’s health is up to date.
In the case of Facebook, it’s important to note that the number is not required by law.
“The SSN is a voluntary identifier and is available on any service, including Facebook,” the company said in a statement to Ars.
Facebook is not, however, required to share any of its information with other companies that may use it in any way.
The company has the right to restrict access to its information to law enforcement authorities and other individuals, the company added.
Social security numbers are also used to verify a person’s identity, which can lead to potentially embarrassing and embarrassing mistakes.
Facebook also makes its data publicly available, meaning it’s likely that its users are able to see and use the information.