OK, it's bad enough that you've been through a hurricane, fire, flood, or other disaster, and you've lost everything.
Now you've lost personal data, too, courtesy of the agency that is supposed to help you.
FEMA disclosed private data of more than a couple of million survivors with a federal contractor, meant to help find housing. But it's not just name a cell number--no, they got electronic funds transfer numbers and other banking numbers that may increase the survivors risk of identity theft and other forms of fraud.
FEMA still hasn't completely fixed the problem, and may not for more than a year ...
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