A "glitch" on U.S. Sen. John Cornyn's website asked for visitors' social security numbers

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An error on U.S. Sen. John Cornyn's website last night required constituents to submit their social security numbers when filling out the comments box on the website. Normally, Cornyn's website only requires people to submit their social security numbers when they are requesting help with a federal agency. The error last night required it, along with their name, address and contact information, even when leaving the Texas Republican a comment. A spokesperson for Cornyn said the required field was a "glitch." "It was an inadvertent glitch and our website vendor has fixed it," Drew Brandewie wro...

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