OR: Computer Stolen From HIV Patient Center
A computer containing information for at least 350 HIV patients was stolen over Labor Day weekend, Multnomah County officials said Thursday.
An employee showed up to open the HIV patient center Tuesday morning and realized a burglary had occurred.
The computer contained the names of about 350 to 400 HIV patients, authorities said.
Multnomah County officials said the computer files are password protected, but that it’s possible the password could be cracked.
There are no Social Security numbers, credit card numbers or bank account information in the personal files, according to the county.
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