(Taken from the Adoption Glossary)
Identifying Information: Information about birthparents or adoptive parents or an adopted child, which either on its own, or in a combination with other information, discloses, or could lead to the discovery of, the identity of these individuals, such as last names, addresses, phone numbers,... [more
Category: Search And Reunion
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Central Registry/Reporting Records Expungement Illinois
Statute: 325 ILCS 5/7.14-7.16 Classification Unfounded Expunged/Sealed Expunged promptly. Conditions/Comments Unless another report is received involving same child, sibling, children in care of subject, or same alleged offender. Classification Indicated Expunged/Sealed Expunged no...
Montana Adoption Laws
Access to Adoption Records Who May Access Information Citation: Ann. Code § 42-6-102 Information may be provided to:The adult adoptee The adoptive or birth parent An extended family member of an adoptee or birth parent A court-appointed confidential intermediary Access to... Illinois State Regulations - Non-Identifying & Identifying Information
Obtaining Non-Identifying Information: For private adoptions, an adopted adult may obtain non-identifying information. For adoptions facilitated through the State Department of Child and Family Services, adopted adults, birth parents, and adoptive parents may receive non-identifying... Delaware State Regulations - Access to Adoption Records
Obtaining Non-Identifying Information: Non-identifying information is available to adoptive parents, adopted adults, and birth parents.Obtaining Identifying Information: Identifying information will be released with the consent of all parties involved when it is deemed by the agency to be in the...
"Identifying Information" in the News
Wis. police become more aggressive with redaction
Departments across the state are increasingly blacking out names, addresses and other identifying information about people mentioned in their reports.
Crime beat (May 22)
Man arrested on fraud charges A man accused of committing fraud on other charges has been arrested again, and this time charged with fraudulent use of or possession of identifying information.
Court orders names to be withheld before release of Aaron Swartz records
A U.S. federal court has modified a protective order to allow disclosure of the court records of Internet activist Aaron Swartz, but ruled that names and other personal identifying information of those involved in his arrest and prosecution should be redacted. The court also ordered that the...
Police become more aggressive with redaction
More people who get arrested or crash their cars in Wisconsin are having a tougher time getting the full paperwork from police. Departments across the state are increasingly blacking out names, addresses and other identifying information about people mentioned in their reports. It comes after a...
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"Identifying Information" in the Adoption Blogs
The New Wave: Growing Up in the Age of Openness
March 12, 2013, 12:03 pm
Well before my daughters reached the age of reason (which I mark as that Easter Sunday they refused to wear those adorable matching dresses) their adoptions were a regular part of the daily conversation in our kitchen, right up there with nail polish and ponies and the tooth fairy.† Lucky for us,... Confidentiality in Kinship Care
May 5, 2013, 7:28 pm
I'm a single mom. I choose to involve others in the community in raising my kids, from their teachers to their godmother to family friends. When it comes to making the right call as a parent, two (or ten) minds can be better than one. I'm a big believer in raising my kids within a village of love... Choosing an Adoption Path (Openness, Risk, Age of Child)
February 4, 2013, 12:41 pm
When embarking on the adventure of an adoption journey, there are many choices to make along the way. ††Financial considerations are at the forefront of many hopeful adoptive parentsí minds, but there are many other factors to take into account.
International adoption is almost...
"Identifying Information" in the Adoption Forums
I have found my daughter!! Now what?
March 6, 2013, 1:07 pm
I am looking for some advice, I have recently sent in a request to Child an family services here in Alberta Canada and received back identifying information about my daughter. Really the only thing they sent me was her name. (out of 25 pages of information the only thing useful was her name)
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Adoption Search Trials and Tribulations in Washington State
10/95I was born November 19, 1969 in Spokane, Washington and placed for adoption with my adoptive family in December of 1970. I have always known I was adopted and aside from calling my adoptive... One Birthmother Still Searching
My name is Gail. I gave my daughter up for adoption back in 1985. She was born in Sewickley Valley Hospital, Pennsylvania. Her birth date is 6/20/85. The name given to her by me is Candyace Lorainne.... I Love You, Jessica Elizabeth!
In 1981, at the age of 24, I became pregnant. To say that I was scared was the understatement of the year. I was petrified. So petrified that I actually managed to hide it until two weeks before the...
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