Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act. Makes it an unlawful practice to publicly post or display an individual's social security number, print an individual's social security number on any card required to access products or services, require an individual to transmit his or her social security number over the Internet, require an individual to use his or her social security number to access an Internet web site, or print an individual's social security number on materials that are mailed to the individual, subject to various exceptions. Effective July 1, 2005.
House Committee Amendment No. 1 Provides that the new provisions do not apply to the collection, use, or release of a social security number by the State, a subdivision of the State, or an individual in the employ of the State or a subdivision of the State in connection with his or her official duties.
House Floor Amendment No. 2 Provides that a person or entity that provides an insurance card must print on the card an identification number unique to the holder of the card in the format prescribed by the Uniform Prescription Drug Information Card Act. Changes the bill's effective date to July 1, 2006.