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Fresh benefit data lapse admitted

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posted on Dec, 1 2007 @ 04:33 PM
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Fresh benefit data lapse admitted


news.bbc.co.uk

An ex-contractor at the Department for Work and Pensions had two discs with thousands of benefit claimants' details for more than a year, the DWP says.

The unencrypted discs revealed the type of benefits paid, but a DWP spokesman said they did not contain bank details.

The woman told the News of the World she forgot to return them after she stopped working for the DWP a year ago.

In October, two child benefit discs containing the personal details of 25 million people went missing.
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posted on Dec, 1 2007 @ 04:33 PM
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Yet again, another major data loss.

It seems completely insane that this data was missing for over a year, though now it is not completely surprising after the other recent data losses.

Can we really trust the governments and corporations with our data?

Shall we be led down the garden path to a national identity database and RFID chips?

NO to national ID cards.
NO to RFID chips.
NO to global enslavement.

wake up, rise up..

The only answer I can see to this is to throw away all your identity information and declare yourself a human being from planet Earth rather than a citizen of any particular country.

news.bbc.co.uk
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