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A judge ruled that a New Hampshire woman who won a $560 million lottery will be allowed to keep her identity unknown, USA Today reports. While the woman’s hometown may be disclosed, Judge Charles Temple said disclosing the woman’s name would constitute an invasion of privacy, adding, “This personal information is exempt from disclosure under the Right-to-Know law.” The state attorney general’s office had argued that since the woman signed her name on the back of the ticket, her identity must be revealed.
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