Social Security Numbers. Business entities that have obtained a federal SSN for a legitimate business purpose must make reasonable efforts to protect it from disclosure to the public. With limited exceptions, an SSN may not be displayed in public; be required to be transmitted over the Internet, unless the connection is secure or it is encrypted; be required to log onto or access a website; be printed on any materials mailed to a consumer; or be printed on any card, check, or identification in order to receive a benefit to the consumer (Tenn. Code § 47-18-2110).
Medical information.Employers may not market or sell medical information that directly identifies an employee without written authorization (Tenn. Code § 50-1-306).
Public records. The following information regarding state and local government employees and their family members must be treated as confidential and cannot be open to the public:
• Home telephone and cell phone numbers;
• Bank account information;
• Social Security number;
• Home addresses;
• Driver's license information;
• Certain information regarding immediate family members;
• Certain emergency contact information; and
• Personal, nongovernment ...