Personal information is collected from a multitude of public and private databases. Among the public collection of databases the following can be found on nearly any U.S. citizen who has included themselves in any of the following: birth, marriage, or death certificates; public court filings, arrest records, and property tax rolls; state issued licenses such as drivers and/or professional licenses. Facebook, Spokeo, and CensusLink are among the many private sector databases of collected information on U.S. citizens. Those whom have had their privacy breeched in most cases freely provided the information and signed or initialed a waiver, which they probably failed to read. Chances are that until a problem becomes evident one will not realize the true consequences of their disclosure of said information.