Validating dea number solutions to dating violence
The second question is: can you get in trouble yourself or get Wikipedia in trouble by including some piece of information?
I think I'm not going to even try to guess on this one. I've added a description of the checksum algorithm to Drug Enforcement Administration.
If we truly believed that "A little learning is a dangerous thing/Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring" there would be no point in having an encyclopedia at all.
Normally we assume that the inclusion of information is not tantamount to an enticement to abuse.
Personally, I think that information about the internal consistency check algorithm for a valid DEA number is legitimate, while, say, Bill Gates' social security number is not.
Pharmacists have a duty to verify the federal and state licensing credentials of a physician who prescribes a controlled substance.
Failure to do so can result in significant monetary penalties, plus an increased likelihood of being flagged for an audit.
Skinnai (talk) , 8 August 2008 (UTC) I question the validity of the listing that was taken from here: The above page cites no sources.