- A former Coca-Cola (KO) employee stole laptops from the company that contained the unencrypted personal data of as many as 74,000 workers, contractors and suppliers.
- The information included Social Security numbers, compensation and ethnicity.
- Coke has retrieved the computers and told its staff that it has "no indication" that the data has been misused.
Ex-Coke worker stole laptops with data of up 74,000 staff
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