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Data of 60,000 on stolen computer

Discussion in 'General Discussions and Lounge' started by temi, Dec 8, 2007.

  1. temi

    temi Facilitator Webmaster

    A laptop computer containing personal details of up to 60,000 people has been stolen from the Citizens Advice Bureau in Belfast.
    The computer was taken from a staff member's car earlier this week.
    It holds information on people who have sought advice but the bureau said the data was encrypted and it was highly unlikely that it could be accessed.
    The details include bank account numbers, national insurance numbers, names, addresses and dates of birth.
    Northern Ireland CAB spokesman Derek Alcorn has issued an apology and said the organisation would be writing to all the individuals concerned.

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  2. Chris

    Chris New Member Webmaster

    I would have never admited it.Hopefully this agent will be repremanded heavily.
    Just think this guy left somthing that important in his car.

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