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Internet behemoth Google apparently is clamping down further on consumers' access to a report about President Obama's Social Security number, which points out the number was designated for a Connecticut applicant, by warning that some sites carrying information on the situation "may harm your computer."

WND had reported two days earlier, in the wake of the revelations about Obama's Social Security number and the questions raised by the report, that Google was suppressing access to information about the report, linking to completely unrelated stories when consumers would search for the issue on the site's news tab.

Now a similar search of the web portion of the site brought up several warnings. For a reference to the report at, another at, and a third at – all just on the first page – Google warned "This site may harm your computer."

Google spokesman Jake Hubert told WND that the first situation, involving unrelated links appearing instead of links to the Social Security report, appeared to be a "bug in the snippets."

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He said at the time the company was looking into it.

He did not respond to a request for a comment following the "harm" warnings.

A search of the top results from the site's news function today revealed similar results to those of two days ago. While a Politico story about the Federal Reserve and a Politico story about oil still were showing up as the result of a search of "President Obama Social Security number," several other stories has taken over the top of the page.

Those included a report about Obama's Social Security number from The Gouverneur Times – with additional links to , Swabble and Seven Sided Cube – but nothing to the original WND report.

Another top result was from the Christian Science Monitor about Hawaii approving a law to refuse requests for information about Obama, a Politico story about Elena Kagan, and another Politico story about Karzai.

The last two included "snippets" from the original WND report, but links to other sites.

Internet analysts suggested that such results were unusual, no matter how good or bad the WND penetration of the Internet would be

WND previously noted when the original report came out, a Google news search for "President Obama Social Security number" produced four top results all quoting, "By Jerome R. Corsi Two private investigators working independently are asking why President Obama is using a Social Security number set aside for applicants…"

However, at that time the first link was to Politico's story about "Gay rights central to Elena Kagan fight," the second linked to Politico's "Senate clears measure to audit Federal Reserve" story, the third linked to a Politico story about the GOP plans for a convention in Tampa in 2012, and the last linked to a Politico story about "Oil executives play pass the buck."

The actual story, posted on, explained how two private investigators – working independently – are asking why Obama is using a Social Security number set aside for applicants in Connecticut while there is no record he ever had a mailing address in the state.

The report on Obama's number revealed records indicate it was issued between 1977 and 1979, yet Obama's earliest employment reportedly was in 1975 at a Baskin-Robbins ice-cream shop in Oahu, Hawaii.

WND obtained copies of affidavits filed separately in a presidential eligibility lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia by Ohio licensed private investigator Susan Daniels and Colorado private investigator John N. Sampson.

The investigators believe Obama needs to explain why he is using a Social Security number reserved for Connecticut applicants that was issued at a date later than he is known to have held employment.

The Social Security website confirms the first three numbers in his ID are reserved for applicants with Connecticut addresses, 040-049.

"Since 1973, Social Security numbers have been issued by our central office," the Social Security website explains. "The first three (3) digits of a person's social security number are determined by the ZIP code of the mailing address shown on the application for a social security number."

The question is being raised amid speculation about the president's history fueled by an extraordinary lack of public documentation. Along with his original birth certificate, Obama also has not released educational records, scholarly articles, passport documents, medical records, papers from his service in the Illinois state Senate, Illinois State Bar Association records, any baptism records and adoption papers.

Robert Siciliano, president and CEO of and a nationally recognized expert on identity theft, agrees the Social Security number should be questioned.

"I know Social Security numbers have been issued to people in states where they don't live, but there's usually a good reason the person applied for a Social Security number in a different state," Siciliano told WND.

WND asked Siciliano whether he thought the question was one the White House should answer.

"Yes," he replied. "In the case of President Obama, I really don't know what the good reason would be that he has a Social Security number issued in Connecticut when we know he was a resident of Hawaii."

Siciliano is a frequent expert guest on identify theft on cable television networks, including CNN, CNBC and the Fox News Channel.

Daniels and Sampson each used a different database showing Obama is using a Social Security number beginning with 042.

WND has further confirmed that the Social Security number in question links to Obama in the online records maintained by the Selective Service System. Inserting the Social Security number, his birth date and his last name produces a valid Selective Service number.

"There is obviously a case of fraud going on here," Daniels maintained. "In 15 years of having a private investigator's license in Ohio, I've never seen the Social Security Administration make a mistake of issuing a Connecticut Social Security number to a person who lived in Hawaii. There is no family connection that would appear to explain the anomaly."

Daniels has been a licensed private investigator in Ohio since 1995. Sampson formed his private investigations firm, CSI Consulting and Investigations, in 2008. He previously worked as a deportations law enforcement officer with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.