Personal information of 18,000 people stolen in Peel Region
By Canadian SecurityNews Data Security Healthy Babies Healthy Children information security Peel Region The Toronto Star
A memory card containing the names, addresses, birthdates and marital status of more than 18,000 people has been stolen from a Peel Region, Ontario, employee’s car.
The information belonged to people who were part of Peel Public Health’s Healthy Babies Healthy Children program between March 2010 and August 2011, according to an article in The Toronto Star. Information from 46 people who took part in the program earlier was also stored on the card.
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