PALM SPRINGS, CA – In 1989, a stalker, infatuated with actress Rebecca Schaeffer of the TV show “My Sister Sam,” paid a couple of dollars to get her home address from the mailing list of the California Department of Motor Vehicles. He then went to her residence and killed her. In the aftermath of the murder, the state stopped making DMV mailing lists available to the public, including auto dealers that often used the department's address database to mail sales and service fliers to ...

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