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From: lyger (lygerattrition.org)
Date: Thu Feb 07 2008 - 18:31:29 CST
A number of serving or former military personnel whose personal and
financial details were on a laptop stolen in Birmingham last month are
considering suing the Ministry of Defence under the Data Protection Act.
More than 600,000 names of those who had either joined the RAF, Royal Navy
or Royal Marines or expressed an interest in doing so since 1997 were on
the unencrypted hard-drive taken from a parked car on January 9. The
information also included thousands of home addresses, individuals' bank
details, passport and National Insurance numbers, leading to fears of
identity theft or the targeting of armed forces' personnel by terrorists.
The MoD then admitted that two other laptops containing similar
recruitment information dating back as far as 1969 had also gone missing
in 2005 and 2006. Neither has been recovered.
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