Computer with data on 20,000 people stolen in Denmark

Confidential data on 20,000 residents in Gladsaxe, a municipality in central Zealand, were saved locally on a computer stolen that was recently stolen from the town’s city hall.


The computer was stolen during a break-in between during the weekend of November 30th to December 3rd, Politiken reports.


Information stored on the machine includes personal registration numbers, age, gender, address and marital status.


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