Kansas website exposed state employees’ personal information: report

It was only a few days ago that there were reports that Florida had exposed the last 4 digits of almost 1,000 Kansas residents’ Social Security Numbers.

Not to be outdone, Kansas posted its own citizens SSN, too, it seems. As Brett Samuels reports:

The Kansas Secretary of State’s office on Thursday posted the personal information of thousands of state employees and officials on its website, including the last four digits of some individuals’ Social Security numbers.

The disclosure was first reported by Gizmodo, which found information for employees at the Kansas Departments of State, Transportation, Education, Labor and other agencies posted on the site.

Read more on The Hill.

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