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This drive me nuts

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If someone or anyone goes on line and google my aircraft's N number they can find my name and address. I don't understand why the FAA allows this?

Can I google a licence plate? No it's not public information, so why on an aircraft?? I had my identity stolen once and it took me a year to clear things out.

I just don't get the rational behind this. :oops:
 

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