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A review by North Carolina's State Auditor of state government computers designated for sale to the public found that over one third still contained sensitive and personal information, such as Social Security numbers, bank details and agency passwords. The audit, released on February 18, 2004, looked at a random sample of computers sent to the Surplus Property Agency in October and November 2003. It found that state government agencies were not complying properly with rules requiring them to erase information from computer hard drives before re-selling them
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