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Computer containing airline ticketing info stolen

But no customer data has been compromised, airlines say. Airlines Reporting Corp. (ARC), an airline-owned financial transaction processing company, said yesterday that two computers, one of which contained airline ticketing data, have been stolen. It wasn’t clear where the computers were taken from, or when, and the Arlington, Va.-based company offered few details about the theft. In a statement, ARC said that its information so far indicates that the theft of the computers, as well as one computer monitor and a projector, were simple property thefts. “To date, no misuse of data has been reported to ARC,” the company said. ARC said it “has made the appropriate notifications commensurate with the theft and that, as a result, the necessary steps are being taken.” Full Story

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