PII stands for personally identifiable information. Commonly redacted PII often includes:
Social Security Number, Date of Birth, Debtor Phone Number, Loan Number, Account Number, FHA Number, FHA Account Number, FHA Case Number, VVAD Number, RPC Number, MERS Phone Number, MIN Number, SIS Number, Investor Number, NMLS, APN, Parcel Number, Non-Recording bar codes, Assessors / Tax ID, Handwriting (any sequence of numbers, dates *exception page numbers*). Control Number (*exception Merger docs*), and any Unidentified Sequence of Numbers that could potentially be PII.
PHI stands for protected health information. Commonly redacted PHI often includes:
Patient Names, Addresses, Discharge Date, Date of Birth, Admittance Date, Death Date, Telephone and Fax Numbers, Email Addresses, Social Security Number, Driver’s License Information, Medical Record Numbers, Account Numbers, Health Plan Beneficiary Numbers, Certification / License Numbers, Vehicle Identifiers, Serial Numbers, Device Identifiers, Names of Relatives, Internet Protocol (IP) address numbers, Bio-Metric Identifiers — including finger prints, and Full Face Photographic Images and any comparable images.
Commonly redacted forms often includes:
PDF (Adobe Portable Document), RTF (Rich Text), TXT (ASCII Text), Office file formats, DOC (Microsoft Word Document), DOCX (Microsoft Word Document 2007 & above), XLS (Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet), XLSX (Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet 2007 & above), PPT (PowerPoint Presentation), PPTX (PowerPoint Presentation 2007 & above), Image file formats, JPG(Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG)), JPEG-XR (Windows Media Photo / HD Photo (HDP)), and PNG (Portable Network Graphics).
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Commonly redacted documents often includes:
Court Records, Legal Discovery, UCC Filings, Deed of Trust, Note, Escrow Statement, Banking statements, Credit Card Statements, Financial Statements , Shipping/Transit Receipts, Medical Records, Progress Notes, Clinical Trials, Mental Health records, Police Reports, Emails, Education Records..