UK: Kind charity raided in break-in and computer stolen

Jonathan Collinson reports:

A computer containing vital information needed to help deprived families in Liverpool was stolen from a children’s charity.

Police officers were called to the Kind charity offices in Back Canning Street, in the city centre, to a report that a window had been broken and a computer stolen from inside

Read more on Liverpool Echo. They don’t report exactly what kinds of personal information may have been on the computer or whether data were encrypted, but because it appears that contact information for the families was on the computer,there may be other details as well.

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