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Canadian Children's Ministry Acknowledges Security Lapse

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Canada's Ministry of Children and Family Development has acknowledged that documents containing clients' names, addresses, birth dates and health card numbers were recently found in a dumpster.

"According to CTV News, it's not yet clear how they ended up there, but the main suspect is a former employee who left the institution several months ago," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs.

"At first it was believed that the information found in the documents couldn't affect anyone, but it later turned out that they contained tons of private data," Kovacs writes. "An investigation in underway."

Go to "The Canadian Children's Ministry Leaks Client Data" to read the details.

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