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[Dataloss] Montana health office computer stolen -- may have contained PII, health info
From: Chris Walsh (cwalshcwalsh.org)
Date: Sun Jul 09 2006 - 11:57:00 CDT
Computer stolen from state health office in Montana
By Associated Press
Friday, July 7, 2006 - Updated: 03:05 PM EST
HELENA, Mont. - A state government computer was stolen during a July
Fourth break-in at the offices of a drug dependency program, and
officials were trying to determine Friday when it contained sensitive
Top officials in state government were unaware Friday morning
that the Public Health and Human Services computer, assigned to a
state chemical dependancy program officer, had disappeared.
Helena Police Chief Troy McGee said a burglar broke in over the
holiday. A state worker who went into the building that day noticed a
skylight had been broken and called police.
Police were not informed if the computer contained any
sensitive data, such as Social Security numbers or medical
information, he said.
[Trying to determine *when* it contained sensitive info? So they are
saying that they know that at one time it did? Or did AP editors let
a 'when' slip in where a 'whether' was warranted?]
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