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Written by Daniel   
Friday, 08 September 2006 18:14
Chase puts credit card data in the trash
By Reuters
Published: September 8, 2006, 11:23 AM PDT
Personal information on 2.6 million past and current Circuit City credit card holders was mistakenly thrown out as trash, a division of J.P. Morgan Chase has said.

Chase Card Services said on Thursday that it mistakenly tossed out computer tapes with the personal information of Circuit City card holders. It said it believes the tapes, inside a locked box, were compacted, destroyed and buried in a landfill.

"We deeply regret that this has occurred and apologize to those impacted," Chase Card Services Chief Executive Rich Srednicki said in a statement.

In the past year, several U.S. companies have reported lost or stolen personal data on customers and employees. One of the largest mishaps happened at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, which said in May that data on 26.5 million veterans was stolen.



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