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Unencrypted traveler data laptop disappears then reappears




Unencrypted traveler data laptop disappears then reappears
Unencrypted traveler data laptop disappears then reappears



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http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/08/05/missing_laptop/ 

By Dan Goodin in San Francisco
The Register
5th August 2008

The missing laptop has now been found =E2=80=93 in the office from which it was 
apparently stolen.

A spokesperson for Verified Identity Pass which operates the program 
said late yesterday the laptop was =E2=80=9Cnot in an obvious location=E2=80=9D 
according to local news station CBS 5. She added that the firm was 
investigating whether the laptop had ever been stolen, or simply 
misplaced.

Whether the laptop left the office is neither here not there. Afterall, 
if the data was unencrypted, why would an ID thief bother lifting a 
whole laptop, when he could just slip a USB drive into his pocket.

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