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Legal Information: Alaska
Updated: December 7, 2020
Sec. 45.48.460 Employment-related exception
The provisions of AS 45.48.400 — 45.48.480 may not be construed to restrict a person’s use or exchange of an individual’s social security number
(1) in the course of the administration of a claim, benefit, or procedure related to the individual’s employment by the person, including the individual’s termination from employment, retirement from employment, and injury suffered during the course of employment; or
(2) to check on an unemployment insurance claim of the individual.
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