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Intel Briefing – August 2013

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Error may have disclosed info of 187,000+ FSSA clients.
Indiana’s Family and Social Services Administration notified 187,000 clients that a contractor made a computer programming error on a document management system and may have inadvertently disclosed their personal information. Roughly 4,000 of those clients may have also had their Social Security numbers disclosed during the incident that went from April 6 through May 21 before it was corrected.

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Chicago hospital closes after investigation.
Sacred Heart Hospital in Chicago notified the Illinois Department of Public Health of their immediate closure July 1. The hospital is under investigation after the hospital’s owner and other executives and doctors were arrested for allegedly conspiring to exchange kickbacks for referrals of patients insured by Medicare and Medicaid.

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Theft outbreak in Aurora could put drinking water supply at risk.
Police reported an increase in thefts of backflow preventers at homes and businesses in the Aurora area. Theft of the devices, which contain copper and brass, can cost users thousands of dollars to replace and endanger drinking water through fertilizer and pet waste contaminants.

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Inmates brawl after Miami-Dade jail security gaffe leaves doors open.
Electronically controlled cell doors opened at Miami’s Turner Guilford Knight jail when a control panel malfunctioned, prompting four inmates to rush into the cell of another inmate and attack him. Guards pepper-sprayed the attackers and confiscated at least two homemade shanks.

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