Personal data at risk after Pa. DOT robbery
Thieves stole equipment from a driver's license center and got away with computers containing personal information on more than 11,000 people, state officials said Thursday.
The thieves got a camera and a printer during the break-in late Tuesday, plus enough card stock and laminate to make about 750 fake licenses, said Betty Serian, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation deputy secretary, at a news conference Thursday. Personal data at risk after Pa. DOT robbery - Security - MSNBC.com
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