How the Census Bureau Protects Your Privacy

In the first United States Census, information collectors posted their results publicly in the town square for all to see. Today, Title 13 of the United States Code states that information about specific individuals collected through the U.S. Census cannot be revealed through published statistics. Read more about the history and evolution of privacy protections in the Census here.

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