The release of personal information of 3.5 million Texans — including addresses and Social Security numbers — was a result of "human error" and was not done maliciously, State Comptroller Susan Combs said Thursday, while also adding that authorities are still going to investigate. Full story
The Oklahoma State Department of Health has notified nearly 133,000 individuals that their names and some personal information may have been contained on an agency laptop computer that was stolen from an employee's car last week. Full story
The personal information of about 3.5 million Texans — including addresses and Social Security numbers — was mistakenly posted on public servers controlled by the state comptroller's office and remained there in some cases for more than a year, the agency said Monday. Full story
BP has apparently misplaced a laptop computer containing personal information of nearly 13,000 claimants from the 2010 Gulf Coast oil spill. NBC's Anne Thompson reports.