Time Warner says data on 600,000 workers lost
Time Warner Inc. reported today that a shipment of backup tapes with personal information of about 600,000 current and former employees went missing more than a month ago during a routine shipment to an offsite storage site.
The tapes, part of a routine shipment being taken to the site by off-site data storage company Iron Mountain Inc. didn't include data about Time Warner customers, the company said in a statement.
By Lucas Mearian at Computerworld.
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