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The Indiana attorney general's office confirmed Monday it is investigating a security breach in which Social Security numbers and other personal information were posted online for roughly 44,000 low-income Americans who applied for a federal program that provides discount Internet and phone service.
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Seaside Heights mayor Bill Akers walks a reporter around the 400 block of Hiering Avenue.
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