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Bank's Data Loss Affects Federal Employees
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Bank's Data Loss Affects Federal Employees

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Bank's Data Loss Affects Federal Employees

Bank's Data Loss Affects Federal Employees
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Bank of America says it has lost computer data tapes containing personal information from over one million federal employees. Officials say there's no evidence the data was stolen, but they're taking steps to protect identify theft. The data was connected to accounts created to manage travel expenses.

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