New York Times - August 14, 2007
Many of the details in the documents, which F.T.C. lawyers filed electronically, were not meant to be released publicly, but words intended to be inaccessible were actually just electronically shaded black. The words could be searched, copied, pasted and read in versions downloaded from court computer servers.
eWeek.com - July 26, 2006
Government officials in New York are warning 540,000 injured state workers that an outside contractor has lost a computer containing their personal data, including the employees’ names, addresses and social security numbers.