Last month, it was reported that a New Zealand man purchased a used iPod containing personal information of U.S. soldiers, which included names, addresses, phone, and Social Security numbers as well as what appeared to be a mission briefing and lists of equipment deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

This isn’t the first time the DoD has had difficulty in protecting private information on removable storage devices.

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