- November 21st, 2007: The HM Revenue and Customs administration misplaces (or loses) a CD containing child benefit data of 7,25 million families (incl. all names, birthdays etc.pp)
- December 18th, 2007: The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency assigns a U.S. American company (Pearson Driving Assessments) to edit and handle data of driving learners. The harddrive containing 3 million datasets however gets lost somewhere.
- December 23rd, 2007: National Health Services lose or misplace mediums containing some 100,000 sets of patient data from hospitals
- August 22nd, 2008: UK's Home Office loses or misplaces an USB stick containing unencrypted data of about 120,000 criminals, including files of the inquiry.
- August 26th, 2008: on eBay hardrives got sold - containing datasets of about a million british bank customers
- August 27th, 2008: the Charnwood Borough Council sells a harddrive that has in fact been erased, but not been wiped. Datasets of 35,000 people can be recovered using freely available unerase software.
- September 9th, 2008: the National Offender Management Service assigns EDS to edit and handle their employees data. A harddrive containing data of 5,000 employess gets lost or misplaced.
- September 26th, 2008: the General Teaching Council loses or misplaces a CD containing data of 11,000 teachers (incl. names etc.)
- September 28th, 2008: the Ministry of Defence admits having had a burglery on a military air base. Thus losing 50,000 soldier's datasets.
[Stories] Islands in the Northern Sea and Confidential Data
September 30th, 2008 J. ΞPSTΞÏN 1,531
What happened in earlier episodes By the time one can get the feeling, our fellows from the administration of this island in the northern sea have a very - let's say "own" - relationship to personal data than we continental europeans. To make things short, here we got a short overview about what happened before:You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.