Google reported a loss of personal data of their employees
Posted by CyberLord on July 08 2008 07:38:33

Data on staff internet company Google were lost last month, InformationWeek reported with reference to a letter from the lawyer Goolge Levisa Sigalla (Lewis Segall) Attorney General of New Hampshire. Personal information officers search was in computers stolen from the office of Colt Express Outsourcing Services, Google is providing management services staff.
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Data on staff internet company Google were lost last month, InformationWeek reported with reference to a letter from the lawyer Goolge Levisa Sigalla (Lewis Segall) Attorney General of New Hampshire. Personal information officers search was in computers stolen from the office of Colt Express Outsourcing Services, Google is providing management services staff.

A similar letter received and affected employees search engine. In computers Colt Express Outsourcing Services stored information such as name, surname and date of birth officer, social insurance number cards, driving licence numbers and bank cards.

Google representatives have stressed that it was not yet recorded any cases where stolen information would be used by hackers. Located in the stolen computers figures relate to all former or current Google, the company adopted before December 31, 2005.

Computers were stolen May 26 from the office Colt Express Outsourcing Services, located in the city of Walnut Creek (Walnut Creek), California. In addition to data on staff Google, in the stolen computers was about the companies such as Avant Corp, Bebe, CBS, CNET Networks, Ebara Technologies and Punahou School.