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Stolen Boeing laptop held ID data on 161,000 people

Thousands of Boeing workers got some worrisome news Friday to end their workweek.

The company said personal information on 161,000 current and former employees was put at risk of exposure with the theft of a laptop computer belonging to a Boeing human-resources employee.

The exposed information includes names, Social Security numbers and, for some, birth dates, bank names and account numbers. Also on the stolen computer are some employees' home addresses and bank-account routing numbers for direct-deposit paychecks.


Category: FRAUD ALERTS, ID Theft News
Posted on November 23, 2005 at 08:57 AM | Permalink


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