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Failed meetings: Japanese official put the entire city in danger

Date: August 20, 2022 Time: 05:26:30

An official from the Japanese city of Amagasaki got drunk and lost a flash drive with information on all the city’s inhabitants.

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An official in the Japanese city of Amagasaki, apparently intending to work after hours, copied the personal details of all the townspeople onto a USB flash drive and looked inside the restaurant on the way home.

To the man’s credit, it’s worth acknowledging that it took him several hours to reach the insane state. The gatherings were a success, and when leaving the drinking establishment, the 40-year-old man lost consciousness. When he came to his senses, the bag with the flash drive was not with him.

What exactly was he going to do with the copied information: the police will find out. Meanwhile, it is known that the flash drive contained the personal data of the entire population of Amagasaki, which is more than 450 thousand people.

In addition to first and last names, the unit contained citizen bank account numbers, tax information, and information about families receiving social security. Razzyava, who lost her USB stick, worked for a company that provides benefits to individual households.

“We deeply regret having caused serious damage to the people’s confidence in the city administration,” said Mayor Amagasaki.

He also assured the residents of the city that all the information on the flash drive was protected with a password, and at the moment there are no traces that they have managed to access it. At the same time, the police’s attempts to find the thief have so far been unsuccessful.


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