Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Kaiser Permanente Break A Fluke

"Police in the city of San Ramon, Calif. found personal information of thousands of people on the hard disk of a computer taken from the apartment of a suspect arrested for possession of stolen property and involvement in various fraud cases.

"On realizing that about 30,000 of the people listed in files on the computer were employees of the northern California offices of health care services provider Kaiser Permanente, the police notified Kaiser, Lt. Dan Pratt, public information officer at the San Ramon Police Department [said].

"`We don't know how she got that information, and we're working with Kaiser and other investigation agencies on her case,` Pratt said."

From InternetNews...

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