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MASTERCARD Breach Exposes Data On Millions Of Cards
InformationWeek - Manhasset,NY,USA
... Earlier this year, Bank of America alerted 1.2 million credit-card
customers about a loss of tapes, and HSBC North America warned 180,000
customers that their ...
CHAIN settles charges by FTC
Boston Globe - Boston,MA,USA
... In February, Bank of America Corp. reported that it had lost tapes
containing the personal financial information of the accounts of about
1.2 million federal ...
DATA theft threat reported
Minneapolis Star Tribune (subscription) - MN,USA
... Those tapes were not encrypted, and they have not yet been found.
institutions such as Bank of America and Wachovia to the media giant
Warner, and more ...
DIGITAL evidence proves valuable for court cases
Providence Business News - Providence,RI,USA
... subpoena cheating spouses' computers, say, to seek hidden financial
records or incriminating e-mails -- even if they were savvy enough to
delete them from ...
ARE we recording lots of history or making an e-mess?
Orlando Sentinel - Orlando,FL,USA
... Some archivists worry that the ease with which we correspond with
other and document our lives will lead to a glut of information. ...
AUTHOR of pictorial history book uncovers surprises
Princeton Packet - Princeton,NJ,USA
... In conducting his research and selecting the scores of archival
that appear in the book, he continued, he had the help of the historical
society, as ...
Billings Gazette, Fri, 17 Jun 2005 11:34 PM PDT
Glasses, books shed light on early MSU-Billings
A corroded pair of octagonal spectacles, a 1930s-era fountain pen and
more than two dozen books could be the newest link between Montana
State University-Billings and one of its first professors.
ACCORD reached on items for JFK Library
Boston Globe - Boston,MA,USA
... The National Archives and Records Administration reached a
with the estate of Robert L. White for the return of thousands of pages
of documents and ...
HISTORY viewed through the looking glass
Delmarva Daily Times - MD,USA
... Most of the glass negatives are 8 inches by 10 inches, Jones said,
and in about the 1940s, Albert Waller was paid by a Harold Purnell of
Georgetown to make ...
SECURITY Hole in PDF Reader Could Expose Local Files
Netcraft - UK
... Adobe estimates that there are more than 20 million PDF files
on the Internet, and PDFs are commonly used in legal and medical
as well as ...
STATE reports flying around Jacksonville
Lincoln Courier - Lincoln,IL,USA
... The box contained such documents as DHS and DCFS case files, he
Both DHS and DCFS maintain field offices in the Jacksonville downtown
COVER Story: More vital information about you goes missing than ...
San Antonio Express (subscription) - San Antonio,TX,USA
... lost computer backup tapes containing data on 600,000 individuals.
Also in May, more than 100,000 customers of Wachovia Corp. and Bank of
America Corp., both ...
JOSEPH Smith Papers Project to be under one roof
Standard-Examiner (subscription) - Ogden,UT,USA
SALT LAKE CITY -- Historians, researchers, archivists and others working
on the Joseph Smith Papers Project will soon be housed together in one
location at ...
EXHIBIT delves deep into past
Ottawa Sun - Ottawa,Ontario,Canada
... By using digital images, the archivists were able to display maps,
photographs and paintings that would otherwise be limited to their home
at Library and ...
LIFTED laptop holds KSU worker data
Cleveland Plain Dealer - Cleveland,OH,USA
... The university will pay for the service. Kent is the second
in Northeast Ohio that has had a laptop stolen within the past three
DATA on 5,300 ANA customers stolen
Japan Today - Tokyo,Japan
... All Nippon Airways Co said Friday it had three laptop computers,
two machines containing a total of 5,300 customers' personal data,
from its ...
BOX giants fight for secret files
Australian - Australia
A LEGAL battle is brewing this week over Amcor's use of confidential
belonging to rival Carter Holt Harvey. The information ...
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Fri, 17 Jun 2005 8:15 PM PDT
Firm stole secrets, charge says
A federal grand jury indictment has charged a Menomonee Falls company
and its three co-owners with stealing trade secrets when the three men
left Dual Temp Wisconsin of Brookfield last year to found a competing
firm, Summit Refrigeration Group...
Peter A. Kurilecz
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