Police On The Hunt For Lost Memory Stick

Posted: Sep 16 2008, 7:07am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:34am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

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Yet another USB flash drive has been lost, this one containing classified and unencrypted files on suspected terrorists. The flash drive is reported to be a 4GB device that was taken from the station by a police officer on September 11th.

The officer lost the drive from his pocket when called to the scene of a car accident. The actual contents of the drive haven’t been confirmed by police. The drive is reported to have details of terror cells under surveillance.

The data is reportedly used by the police to prevent officers from pulling cell members over for routine traffic violations. At least one home has been raided in the search for the drive.

Via Web User News

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