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Computer hard drives with personal information stolen from Indiana State Medical Association

2015/03/09

Associated Press - (Indiana) Indiana State Medical Association officials reported March 9 that 2 computer hard drives that contained the health, personal, and insurance information of 39,000 current and former members were stolen February 13 while an employee was transporting the archive backup hard drives to a storage location offsite. Authorities are investigating the theft which they believe was a random act.

Source: http://www.dailyjournal.net/view/story/ef697cf5a1044fe08d51a7a2145525e0/IN--ISMA-Computer-Theft/

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