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Records of more than 70 million military personnel may be at risk after loss of unerased hard drive, report says
Oct 02, 2009 | 05:07 PM
By Tim Wilson
A defective hard drive containing the personal information of some 70 million U.S. military personnel was returned to a contractor for repair and recycling -- without being erased first, according to a news report.
According to a report in Wired.com, the inspector general of the National Archives and Records Administration is investigating a potential data breach of a hard drive that helped power eVetRecs, the system veterans use to request copies of their health records and discharge papers.
When the drive failed last November, the agency returned the drive to the contractor, GMRI, which sold i
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