BREAKING: OPM Says hackers stole Social Security numbers from 21.5 MILLION

OPM announced on Thursday that sensitive information including Social Security numbers for 21.5 million people was among the data lost.

AS REPORTED BY NBC NEWS:

The U.S. Office of Personnel Management announced on Thursday that sensitive information including Social Security numbers for 21.5 million people was among the data lost in a breach of its background investigation database.

This comes a day after FBI director James Comey called the hack an “enormous breach” to the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee, saying “millions and millions” of government records were stolen, including his own

FULL STORY UPDATED AND CONTINUED HERE:

OPM: 21.5 Million People Affected By Background Check Breach – NBC News


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  • JenniferP

    Plus everyone who filed a tax return ever straight from the IRS. They have all of our info. I think they gave us to the hackers. The lack of respect for the privacy of the data the feds keep would cause a business to be put out of business and the parties allowing the leaks to go to jail for a long time. This is the kind of nonsense caused by forcing everone to be identified by a number or three that follow them everywhere.