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City Accidentally Releases Thousands of Retirees' Social Security Numbers

There are 2 comments on the Go Local story from Mar 21, 2012, titled City Accidentally Releases Thousands of Retirees' Social Security Numbers. In it, Go Local reports that:

The city of Providence on Tuesday accidentally released the Social Security numbers of nearly 3,000 former employees in response to a public records request.

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Vincent Sheehan

Wakefield, RI

#1 Mar 24, 2012
This comes from the million dollar city hall salaried personal. ANYONE CONNECTED WITH THUS SHOULD BE FIRED.
Cortez

Buskirk, NY

#2 Mar 26, 2012
score another one for hack pols and their cronies - I am sure nobody in RI would ever use SS numbers illegally..

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