Assemblywoman’s Orange County campaign office burglarized; voter data stolen

AP reports:

Thirty tablets and a laptop computer were stolen over the weekend from the Orange County campaign office of Republican Assemblywoman Young Kim, a spokesman said Monday.

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The tablets were used for neighborhood canvassing and contained private information about voters, though thieves would need a password to access it, Gilliard said.

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So in light of all the recent press about concerns about voter data, why were the data only secured with a password?

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