Monday, May 4, 2009

LexisNexis reports security breach resulting in possible loss of personal data for 32,000 users

SiliconValley.com is reporting that LexisNexis notified 32,000 customers on Friday that their personal data - including names, birth dates, and social security numbers  - may have been improperly accessed by scammers intent on setting up phony credit card accounts.  If you haven't yet been contact by LexisNexis, you are presumably in the clear.

You can read the full story here.

Hat tip to the BNA Internet Law News.

I am the scholarship dude.

(jbl)

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