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How Did Hundreds of Medical Records End Up On Road?

Originally posted by WFMY CBS News 2 Montgomery County, N.C. – Hundreds of documents filled with peoples’ social security numbers and dates of birth somehow ended up in trash bags on the side of the road in Montgomery County. Read More…

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County trashes confidential information

Originally posted by the Payson Roundup Violating privacy law, health department discards personal information of people applying for benefits in public trash bin Gila County Health Department staff dumped confidential personal information that included copies of drivers’ licenses and birth certificates into a public recycling bin found by two Payson residents on Feb. 29. “The fact this […]

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School Accidentally Throws Out Books and Student Information

Originally Posted by ABC A woman’s hunt for coupons in a local dumpster turns up thousands of sensitive documents, exposing the personal information of hundreds of people. Confidential material a thief could use to steal your identity sitting at the bottom of a dumpster. Lynda contacted ABC15 after first finding the private medical forms, then several […]

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Medical records found near dumpster near Buffalo & Washington

Originally Posted by ABC HD 13 Action News A Las Vegas woman got quite a surprise as she drove around looking for empty boxes to store her holiday decorations. She found some near a dumpster but they weren’t empty. To her surprise they were packed with medical records. So she emailed Action News wondering how they […]

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