Delaware Code Title 7. Conservation § 503. Application for resident's license; proof of residence; use of license information
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(a) Each applicant for a resident's license shall present reasonable proof to the Department or its duly authorized agent that the applicant is a bona fide resident of this State. The Social Security number of the applicant shall be included on the application for any resident's license. The information contained within hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses and related databases may not be made available to the public. Government agencies may use license information for law-enforcement purposes involving fish and wildlife investigations, for research purposes involving hunting, trapping, or fishing harvest surveys conducted by Department scientists, excluding Social Security information, or as otherwise authorized by law.
(b) The Department may use or provide a contractor with license information, excluding Social Security information, for the following limited purposes:
(1) Retaining or recruiting hunters, trappers, and anglers.
(2) Sustaining and increasing associated license sales.
(c) Any contractor selected by the Department pursuant to subsection (b) of this section shall be subject to a confidentiality agreement that prevents the contractor from releasing, transferring, or using license information for any other purposes.
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