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Data breaches near 94 million

October 8th, 2006 by Pete


Data breaches near 94 million - N.C. driver data among stolen - by Tom Zeller Jr., The New York Times

"Less than two years into the great cultural awakening to the vulnerability of personal data, companies and institutions of every shape and size -- such as the data broker ChoicePoint, the credit card processor CardSystems Solutions, media companies such as Time Warner and dozens of colleges and universities across the land -- have collectively fumbled 93,754,333 private records."

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