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Data storage firm apologizes for loss of railroad data tapes

Information on as many as 17,000 workers at risk

By Chris Reidy
Globe Staff / April 28, 2006

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Iron Mountain Inc. , a Boston data-storage firm, apologized yesterday for losing personal data, including Social Security numbers, for thousands of Long Island Rail Road employees. (Full article: 507 words)

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