By ANTONIO PLANAS
Copyright Las Vegas Review-Journal
July 4, 2008
In a District Court security breach, a contracted vendor released
personal information on about 380 potential jurors to an employee's
private e-mail address, court officials said Thursday.
Clark County court officials said the people affected were notified by
letters sent out Monday. Court officials did not specify whether the
breach was intentional or accidental. They also didn't specify when the
The information was transferred from the printing company that prepares
jury summons notices to an unidentified employee's e-mail account.
The information provided to the e-mail account could have included
names, addresses, social security numbers and birth dates. After
reviewing the matter, court officials determined much of the personal
information released was incomplete.
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