Asked in Surveys
When is including information about a person's identity not an example of bias?
April 13, 2017 12:13PM
Including a person's identity is never a form of bias. It may cause bias because the person may not want the answers to be traced back and so may give dishonest or misleading answers but that is a different matter.
How do I find out someones Identity by their license plate number?
What are the importance of confidentiality?
Asked in Credit and Debit Cards
What information sources store portions of a persons digital identity making their personal information a target for retrieval by nefarious people?
Asked in Identity Theft Issues
When someone uses a persons name or other parts of his or her identity without the persons consent its called?
Asked in English to French, Age of Consent & Underage Relationships, Identity Theft Issues, Declarative and Interrogative Sentences
Why do people ask for someone else's age?
People typically ask Person A about the age of Person B for one of three reasons: Genuine Interest as friends or co-workers; knowing someone's age can give you a sense of how educated they are (for children), whether they have children or not, and whether they are in the acceptable age range to be a friend or romantic partner. Government/Insurance Form Filing often requires one person to fill out a form with key life information on multiple persons, so there may be a request for one person to provide personal details (including age) of multiple people. This is usually done to calculate risk and/or concretize identity. Identity Theft requires concrete personal information in order to create a replica identity. As a result, identity thieves will typically ask a person to report on his personal information or that of someone else who is more able to recognize their approach.