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Your secrets served up at internet cafes

Publisher: 
The Sunday Times
Publication date: 
19-May-2013
Author(s): 
Robin Henry, Sanya Burgess and Cal Flyn
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Confidential personal information, including passports, bank details, court documents and the health data of vulnerable care patients, has been left on computers at internet cafes...Mike Rispoli, spokesman for Privacy International, said the internet cafes who fail to wipe customer data were “lazy”.

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