Private documents available from the United States Patent Office

Did you know that all of your private documents sent in with Form PTO/SB/65 were made public by the Patent Office for Identity Theft criminals to steal?

All of your personal information that you had to send in is already available to the public at the Patent Office. To check to see if they have also put it on the internet yet, click here and select “Patent Number” and enter a number (like 4,834,717). If you then see a blue “Order Certified File Wrapper” in the upper right-hand corner, it means your personal information is also available on the internet for the whole world to see and steal, courtesy of the United States Patent and Trademark Office!

To test the Paperwork Reduction Act, Privacy Act and Internal Revenue Code and to collect evidence for use in the lawsuit, I spent the week of November 8-15, 2002 in the Patent Office’s File Information Unit copying various documents from a number of patent “wrappers”. Below are thumbnail images of a variety of your documents that I was able to copy. It’s like the Patent Office doesn’t have a clue about privacy!

The red spray paint is where I personally covered up private information, like Names, Social Security numbers, Bank Account numbers, etc. In addition, some of the documents were intentionally scanned at a low resolution to further protect individuals’ data – because I, unlike the Patent Office, do believe in a citizen’s right to privacy. However, if you look at the originals that I copied, all of your information is right there for anyone to examine.

 

Click on the image to see it full size.

Individuals’ Income Tax Returns (with Social Security numbers)

Other Documents with Social Security numbers

Bank Statements and Check Book

Psychiatric and Mental Problems

Counseling Sessions for an Alcoholic Patent Attorney

Hospital and Doctors’ Bills

Doctors’ Narratives

Death Certificates (long form for family use only)

Personal Narratives and Termination Notice

Click here for the instructions to copy private documents at the Patent Office.
Click here to see a sampling of the Patent Office “requirements” for the above documents.
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