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Lost IBM, Iron Mountain Storage Drives Threaten Personal Data for 800K

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March 30, 2012 – Social Security numbers, health care information and other sensitive data may be at risk for more than 800,000 people from storage drives the State of California said have gone missing from its contractors, IBM and Iron Mountain.

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