THE FALLOUT FROM THE MASSIVE BREACH OF THE GOVERNMENT’S PERSONNEL RECORDS CONTINUES
As the details of the huge invasion of the government’s computer records continue to unfold, the federal Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has disclosed that fingerprint records for 5.6 million people (I presume current and/or former government employees, although they apparently didn’t say) were stolen.
But don’t worry, says OPM, "federal experts believe that, as of now, the ability to misuse fingerprint data is limited." That’s comforting.
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