(1) Except as otherwise specifically provided by law a person shall not:
(a) Print a consumer’s Social Security number on any materials not requested by the consumer or part of the documentation of a transaction or service requested by the consumer that are mailed to the consumer unless redacted;
(b) Print a consumer’s Social Security number on any card required for the consumer to access products or services provided by the person; or
(c) Publicly post or publicly display a consumer’s Social Security number unless redacted. As used in this paragraph, “publicly post or publicly display” means to communicate or otherwise make available to the public.
(2) This section does not prevent the collection, use, or release of a Social Security number as required by state or federal law, including statute, Oregon Rules of Civil Procedure or rule adopted by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals or the judge of the Oregon Tax Court, or the use or printing of a Social Security number for internal verification or administrative purposes or for enforcement of a judgment or court order.
(3) This section does not apply to records that are required by state or federal law, including statute, Oregon Rules of Civil Procedure or rule adopted by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals or the judge of the Oregon Tax Court, to be made available to the public.
(4) This section does not apply to a Social Security number in any of the following records or copies of records in any form or storage medium maintained or otherwise possessed by a court, the State Court Administrator or the Secretary of State:
(a) A record received on or before October 1, 2007;
(b) A record received after October 1, 2007, if, by state or federal statute or rule, the person that submitted the record could have caused the record to be filed or maintained in a manner that protected the Social Security number from public disclosure; or
(c) A record, regardless of the date created or received, that is:
(A) An accusatory instrument charging a violation or crime;
(B) A record of oral proceedings in a court;
(C) An exhibit offered as evidence in a proceeding; or
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