FTC laptops stolen, along with personal data
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is notifying 110 people that two laptop computers containing their personal data were stolen from a locked vehicle.
The information includes individuals' names, addresses, Social Security numbers, birth dates and "in some cases, financial account numbers," the regulatory agency said yesterday. The laptops are password-protected, and the FTC said it had no reason to think the data on the laptops, rather than the laptops themselves, was the target of theft. FTC laptops stolen, along with personal data
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