|Posted: February 26, 2008, 8:30 pm - IP Logged|
This is from the Ca Lottery website:
What Personal Information Is Subject To Public Disclosure?
As a state agency, the California Lottery is subject to public disclosure laws that allow access to certain governmental records.Your name, the name and location of the retailer who sold the winning ticket, the date you won, and the amount of your winnings, including your gross and net installment payments, are matters of public record and are subject to disclosure.The Lottery may release additional information if legally mandated or upon your request.
If your name is like mine (one of the 10 most common first names and last names in the US- I googled my name and found hundreds of hits), you can remain anonymous. They can give your name but not your location, only the location of the retailer who sold you the winning ticket.