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From: kirniki (kirnikigmail.com)
Date: Wed Jul 22 2009 - 08:16:27 CDT
HIGHLAND Council has been found in breach of the Data Protection Act
after two laptop computers containing personal information - including
the medical details of around 1400 people - were stolen from its
Both laptops were password protected and stored in a locked office,
but they were not encrypted and no additional security measures were
The Information Commissioner's Office will take no further action this
time, but has warned the council if it happens again, enforcement
action will be taken and it could end up in court.
"The stolen laptops contained sensitive personal information,
including health records," explained assistant information
commissioner Ken Macdonald.
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