BBC News reports an unnamed tax company employee physically lost the personal data of hundreds of thousands of Amagasaki, Japan, residents. The worker moved the data onto a flash drive for a work meeting and promptly lost the drive during a leisure night out. Personal data on the drive included names, birthdates, addresses, tax details and bank account numbers. City officials said the data is encrypted with a password.
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