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U.S. says personal data on 2.2 million troops stolen

Personal information about roughly 2.2 million active-duty, National Guard and Reserve troops may have been stolen last month from a government employee’s house, officials said Tuesday in the latest revelation of a widening scandal. The Department of Veterans Affairs said the information, including names, Social Security numbers and dates of birth, may have been stored in the same stolen electronic equipment that contained similar personal data on 26.5 million U.S. military veterans. Full Story

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