Man arrested over theft of 9 million Greek files

CNBC reports:

A Greek man has been arrested on suspicion of having stolen 9 million personal data files in what is believed to be the biggest breach of private information the country has ever seen.

Police said Tuesday that the 35-year-old, whose name was not released, was found in possession of the data files that included identity card details, tax numbers, vehicle license plate numbers and home addresses.

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Greece now joins Israel in having almost its entire citizenry’s data stolen.

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2 comments to “Man arrested over theft of 9 million Greek files”

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  1. Mara - November 20, 2012

    I really wish you’ d enable the full article in RSS.

    • admin - November 20, 2012

      Unfortunately, too many people and sites were just stealing all my content that way.

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