Four lose jobs after data breach at Oregon health care facility

Wednesday, 1 March 2006, 11:18 AM EST

One employee was fired and three others resigned in connection with the theft in late December of backup computer tapes and disks containing personal information and medical records on about 365,000 hospice and home health care patients from a parked car in Portland, Ore.

At Computerworld.

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