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Intel Briefing – October 2011

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Ohio man finds box of explosives buried in backyard.
Authorities in Blanchester, Ohio evacuated a two-block area when a man found a box of ammunition and explosives buried in his backyard September 11. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports a 37-year-old man was digging in his yard when he came across a metal box that contained bullets and sticks of TNT. A bomb squad was summoned from the county sheriff’s office in Cincinnati, 30 miles away. The squad took the explosives back to the Cincinnati area for disposal. There was no immediate word on where the box had come from or why it was buried in the yard.

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HHS: More than 5.4M patients affected by data breaches in 2010.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ annual report to Congress reported that between January 1, 2010, and December 31, 2010, breaches involving 500 or more individuals were less than 1 percent of the breaches reported, but accounted for more than 99 percent of the more than 5.4 million individuals who were affected. The largest breaches in 2010 occurred as a result of a theft. Other breaches occurred as a result of an error or failure to adequately secure protected health information. The greatest number of incidents resulted from human or technological error, and involved the protected health information of just one individual.

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TV crew truck causes 9/11 scare at Dallas airport.
An FBI official said a rented moving truck parked at a curb at the Dallas-Fort Worth airport in Texas caused a brief scare on the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. An FBI official said the truck was driven by a crew member of the Discovery Channel show “Sons of Guns.” Investigators were suspicious because the driver said, “I got a couple of guns,” but the official said he was just waiting for a co- worker. An airport spokesman said a bomb squad and canine units were deployed when an automatic weapon was found in the truck, parked in an area where troops returning from Middle East stints are greeted.

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