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UK Intel Agency’s Missing Laptops Might Contain Sensitive Data

March 13th, 2010 03:49 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

superapecommando writes GCHQ lost 35 laptops in one year, potentially containing highly sensitive data. The UK’s electronic spy centre was today lambasted by MPs for having a ‘cavalier’ attitude to data security. The centre is responsible for tracking the electronic communications of terrorists. In a new report, the Commons Intelligence and Security Committee expressed concern that GCHQ appeared to be entirely unaware whether or not the computers, lost in 2008, contained top secret information on people posing an imminent security threat to the country.”

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