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Subject: rain 0524 Held Hostage, Surf's Up, Bank Data Theft, Enron Email
From: Peter Kurilecz <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 24 May 2005 21:50:54 -0400

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RAIN (Records/Archives In the News) is a daily compilation of news
stories from around the world.

San Diego Union-Tribune, Tue, 24 May 2005 2:12 AM PDT
Hang a '10' on new museum
May 24 (UNION-TRIBUNE): Surfboard connoisseurs can see the evolution of
wave tools from 1900 to the present at a newly opened 4,000-square-foot
gallery at the Surfing Heritage Foundation headquarters in San Clemente.

TELECOMS giant loses staff data - UK
... Time Warner recently lost back-up tapes containing data on around
current and former employees, and ChoicePoint and the LexisNexis group
have also ...

FORMER Bank Employees Are Charged In Data Heist
InformationWeek - Manhasset,NY,USA
... Earlier this month, Time Warner reported that tapes containing
Security and other personal information on 600,000 current and former
workers were missing ...

RECORD keepers want to know why Right-to-Know requests are made
Oil City Derrick - Oil City,PA,USA
... Venango County. A clerk at the lobby window responded to the records
request with a question of her own: "What is it for?". "Is that ...

E-MAILS cite absentee mess
Seattle Times - Seattle,WA,USA
... E-mails obtained by The Seattle Times through a records request and
collected by attorneys in the lawsuit show mounting frustration last
as workers ...

RETURN of the Document Juggernaut
Mondaq News Alerts - World
... Documents disclosed in the course of CPR disclosure will remain
to the parties and no subsequent use of a document will generally be

CAMPAIGN tells how to thwart ID thieves
Houston Chronicle - Houston,TX,USA
... of the state attorney general and shredding company Shred-it. There
are no hard and fast rules, but most experts agree you should purge
and shred ...

EW Law About To Send Shredding On A Tear
WFMY News 2 - Greensboro,NC,USA
Part of the new consumer credit law will have anyone employing even one
person shredding documents. Undated -- Do you shred? If not, get ready
to. ...

'TOMAHTOES' get in the way of saving e-records - USA
When it comes to managing electronic records, technologists may say
but archivists will say "tomahto." The differences may seem subtle, but
they ...

JUDGE OKs broad look at records
Louisville Courier-Journal - Louisville,KY,USA
... The state technology office sought the injunction to prevent Stumbo
from obtaining computer records from across state government. ...

GOVERNMENT guarantees security of NHS records - UK
... a nationwide patient health record system, is intended to update the
existing eclectic system, which relies on a mixture of paper and
records, and is ...

AUSTRALIAN doctors sell medical records
Age (subscription) - Melbourne,Victoria,Australia
Australian doctors are legally selling confidential medical records to
a marketing firm with links to the pharmaceutical industry. ...

FORMER Bank Employees Are Charged In Data Heist
InformationWeek - Manhasset,NY,USA
... The bust is the latest black eye for Bank of America, which in
... Earlier this month, Time Warner reported that tapes containing
Security and ...

CRANKY Consumer: Who's helping the victims of data theft?
Pittsburgh Post Gazette - Pittsburgh,PA,USA
... Bank of America Corp. ... WHAT HAPPENED: A contractor moving backup
tapes discovered that one containing data, including many Social
numbers, on 600,000 ...

LOW-TECH ways to stop ID theft
Charlotte Observer - Charlotte,NC,USA
... Encryption, which is relatively inexpensive, would make all those
all but ... Companies need to take shredding more seriously, too, said
Stickley of ...

SCOTS' military records must be repatriated
Scotsman - Edinburgh,Scotland,UK
Officials decided not to bother copying important information from these
records before the planned destruction. However, it seems ...

Boston Herald, Mon, 23 May 2005 10:07 PM PDT
BofA info is sold in scam: Debt collectors have 60G names
Thousands of Bank of America customers across New England may have had
their financial records stolen and sold to debt collection agencies, the
company admitted yesterday. Its response: It is writing...

AP via Yahoo! News, Mon, 23 May 2005 3:22 PM PDT
FBI Finds More Records in FOIA Search
Ordered by a court to search harder, the FBI has found more than 340
internal documents that it once said couldn't be found under an
request. But the bureau still wants to avoid or delay releasing them.

10 steps towards compliance - UK
... Top tip: Implement document retention and destruction procedures,
how long different types of employee data may be retained. ...

KODAK Establishes Archive Services Provider Network To help ...
Final Cut Pro* (press release) - Orange County,CA,USA
... Records managers can use the KODAK Digital Reference ... and
to capture images of business documents. ... microfilm images back to
digital files so they can ...

FBI Finds More Records in FOIA Search
Washington Post - Washington,DC,USA
By MICHAEL J. SNIFFEN. WASHINGTON -- Ordered by a court to search
the FBI has found more than 340 internal documents that ...

TAKE steps to preserve newspaper clips
Jackson Clarion Ledger - Jackson,MS,USA
... and out of the humidity. If you wanted to go to the expense, you
interleaf the pages with archival paper. If you wanted to ...

INTERNET infection holds computer files hostage
San Diego Union Tribune - San Diego,CA,USA
... extortion plot when a corporate customer they would not identify
victim to the infection, which encrypted files that included documents,
photographs and ...

FACING 'new world of work,' Microsoft locks up Office
... days, workers used an array of floppy disks to shuttle documents
with the programs from department to department. E-mail let the files
become even more ...

NEW Hack Seeks Ransom To Unlock Files on Infected PCs
TechNewsWorld - Sherman Oaks,CA,USA
... Stewart also said that he had little difficulty unlocking the files.
"Since the author used a simple cipher to encode the documents,
the ...

WEBSENSE warns of new cyberattack that holds files hostage
ComputerWorld - USA
... "It goes through and looks at your hard drive for around 12
file types, including documents, photos, databases, Zip files and
and if it ...

WACHOVIA, Bank of America Report Records Theft
CIO Today - Woodland Hills,CA,USA
The Wachovia and Bank of America incidents follow a similar customer
problem at ChoicePoint, which noted in February that a group of cyber
criminals ...

New York Times
Enron Offers an Unlikely Boost to E-Mail Surveillance
AS an object of modern surveillance, e-mail is both reassuring and
troubling. It is a potential treasure trove for investigators
monitoring suspected terrorists and other criminals, but it also
creates the potential for abuse, by giving businesses and government
agencies an efficient means of monitoring the attitudes and activities
of employees and citizens.
Now the science of e-mail tracking and analysis has been given a
unlikely boost by a bitter chapter in the history of corporate
malfeasance - the Enron scandal.

A Google Project Pains Publishers
The major presses are raising thorny legal issues with the search
giant's initiative to digitize the books of the
world's great libraries
Google (GOOG ) can search an astonishing 8 billion Web pages. And yet,
that's just a drop in the bucket compared to the
knowledge that's stored in the world's libraries but not available

Employers fail to manage instant messaging, says survey
One in five people now use instant messaging (IM) at work, but 62% of
companies are totally unprotected from the threats arising from misuse
of the communications tool, according to a YouGov survey commissioned
by solutions provider Akonix Systems.
The survey of more than 2,000 UK consumers reveals that, when left
unmanaged, instant messaging is increasingly used for inappropriate

Bank fined for confidentiality breach
The Financial Ombudsman Service has awarded a woman £3,000 in
compensation after a bank’s clerical error led to the woman’s
whereabouts being discovered by her violent former partner, who
subsequently assaulted her.
The breach of confidentiality, although minor, had such major
consequences for the customer that a large award was deemed necessary.

Peter A. Kurilecz
Richmond, Va
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