Jun 052010
 June 5, 2010  Posted by  Breaches

Edward Niedermeyer reports:

Our Canadian pal carquestions took a look through NHTSA’s public complaint database, and found four examples of personal information that NHTSA should have redacted but didn’t. You know, things like names, birth dates, social security numbers, addresses, VINs, and drivers license numbers. And he found those four after searching through “12 or 15″ of the 792,000 publicly-available NHTSA complaint cases. He’s calling on NHTSA to shut down public access to the database until it can get a handle on this problem.

Read more on The Truth About Cars.

Via Slashdot.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.