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Every DBA's nightmare

When a copy of all 25 million of the UK’s child benefit records, including bank details, went missing in the post, whilst being sent to the NAO (National Audit Office) on 18th October, the UK government must have known that a cover-up was impossible. This sort of incident is every DBA’s nightmare.

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2007-11-26

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