Lottery winners can’t stay anonymous in most states. Some people are trying to change that.

Why privacy seems more important to lottery winners today.

In 2006, a Florida man named Abraham Shakespeare won $31 million in the lottery. In 2009, after he’d spent most of the money, he disappeared; his body was found in early 2010 under a concrete slab. Per the Cleveland Plain Dealer, police suspect the person responsible was a woman who had befriended him after his big win and “fleeced him of $1.8 million.”

In November 2015, a 20-year-old forklift operator in Georgia named Craigory...

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