IRS ‘mistakenly’ posts names, contact numbers and financial information from 120,000 taxpayers’ retirement accounts on its website thanks to human coding error

Ronny Rayes reports:

The Internal Revenue Service ‘mistakenly’ posted the names, contact data and financial information from about 120,000 taxpayers’ retirement accounts.

The US Treasury Department determined that a human coding error allowed the confidential information to be posted on the IRS’ website before it was taken down, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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