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Submission + - Indiana Data Theft Compromises 700000

palewook writes: A Midwest collection company, Central Collection Bureau, admits a server and eight PCs stolen contain over 700,000 individuals' personal data. Central Collection Bureau acts as a collection contractor for doctors and utility companies. The Indiana based company admits the stolen info consists of addresses, social security numbers, and medical codes.
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Indiana Data Theft Compromises 700000

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