Neohapsis is currently accepting applications for employment. For more information, please visit our website www.neohapsis.com or email email@example.com
From: Dissent (Dissentpogowasright.org)
Date: Sun Apr 01 2007 - 11:22:13 CDT
A U.S. district judge ruled in favor of a group of prison employees
who were the victims of a security breach when a file with their
personal information -- home addresses, Social Security numbers --
were made accessible to prisoners in a work program.
The court ruling said "prison officials went to great lengths to
thwart the plaintiffs' efforts to discover the extent of the security
breach" by claiming the file was marked as sensitive and by
destroying the folder in question.
According to their lawyer, Doug McSwain, 99 guards and employees of
Federal Medical Center on Leestown Road in Lexington filed the
lawsuit in 2003. Judge Jennifer B. Coffman ruled Friday that the
plaintiffs be paid $1,000 or the amount of damages, and the cost of
prosecuting the lawsuit.
Main site: http://www.pogowasright.org
Main RSS feed: http://www.pogowasright.org/backend/pogowasright.rss
Breaches RSS feed: http://www.pogowasright.org/backend/breaches.rss
Dataloss Mailing List (datalossattrition.org)
Tracking more than 203 million compromised records in 609 incidents over 7 years.