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8/5/18
Original Poster
Laureen Kodani

Share option for GDoc states, "Document Contains United States - Driverʻs License Number"

I do not have a driverʻs license number in my GDoc but I see this message (see attached screenshot)when I go to share the GDoc. Has anyone experienced this before? How can I remove this message?
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Tickmc
8/5/18
Tickmc
Hi Laureen,

I suspect the backend checking processes have picked up a string of characters in the document that could be misinterpreted as a Driver's license number, perhaps?

I am going to pass this onto the team to see what might be causing this. Someone might be reaching out to you privately for more information to help investigate this.

- Mike
Emily Rose Laninga
8/13/18
Emily Rose Laninga
Hi, I am also experiencing this problem.  I am the owner of the document.  I would like to change accessibility, but am blocked by this same error message.  There is no sensitive information anywhere in the document- it's a teaching presentation for third grade writing.  Thanks for any help!  
Emily

Tickmc
8/13/18
Tickmc
Hi Emily Rose,

Please ask your G Suite Administrator to report this issue to G Suite Support to have them investigate for you.

- MIke
Salvatore Safina
8/31/18
Salvatore Safina
I am also having this problem, which as an educator is problematic.
Sebastian Bok Choy
10/2/18
Sebastian Bok Choy
I had the same message, but it still allowed me to share it out with all settings.  Maybe because I'm in a closed group at school?
Jo S.
10/2/18
Jo S.

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Kchky Educator
11/1/18
Kchky Educator
I also have this problem. Same message in a slides presentation I need to share outside my school district.  I went through the document and removed all numbers in links and I still get the same message.  Help!  I need to share it to people who attended a training. 
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