LexisNexis: 280,000 more possible data theft victims

Wednesday, 13 April 2005, 12:18 PM EST

An internal investigation at the LexisNexis division of Reed Elsevier has uncovered evidence that as many as 310,000 more people may have had their personal information exposed to unauthorized individuals who compromised the security of a massive database of public and private information, including Social Security and drivers license numbers.

By Paul Roberts at NWF.

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