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Coventry man says passport service 'breached security'




Coventry man says passport service 'breached security'
Coventry man says passport service 'breached security'



http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-coventry-warwickshire-10683577 

BBC News
19 July 2010

Concerns have been raised about data confidentiality at the passport 
office after a Coventry man was sent two strangers' birth certificates.

Craig Corbett from Cheylesmore said his replacement passport also 
contained certificates belonging to a mother and daughter from 
Peterborough.

He said that when he rang to report the breach the Identity & Passport 
Service (IPS) blamed it on a computer error.

A spokesman for the Home Office which runs the IPS said it would 
investigate.

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