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22-40-9Identifying information defined.

For the purposes of §§ 22-40-8 to 22-40-10, inclusive, identifying information includes:

(1)    Birth certificate or passport information;

(2)    Driver's license numbers or tribal identification card information;

(3)    Social security or other taxpayer identification numbers;

(4)    Checking account numbers;

(5)    Savings account numbers;

(6)    Credit card numbers;

(7)    Debit card numbers;

(8)    Personal identification numbers, passwords, or challenge questions;

(9)    User names or identifications;

(10)    Biometric data; or

(11)    Any other numbers, documents, or information which can be used to access another person's financial resources.

Source: SL 2000, ch 107, § 2; SDCL § 22-30A-3.2; SL 2005, ch 120, §§ 81, 83; SL 2011, ch 13, § 3.

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