I've seen systems where the social security number was used as the unique ID. Sure it won't change, but it's also private information. Then there is the problem of human error on data entry.
On Wednesday, December 4, 2002, at 09:23 AM, Jim wrote:
My website requires subscribed users to login with their email and password,
the email is guaranteed to be unique, so this is one key, the other is the
AUTO_INCREMENT ID assigned at registration time.
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