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(Washington Examiner) Nearly three months after the Government Publishing Office “inadvertently” revealed 1,900 Social Security numbers from a House Jan. 6 inquisition report, letters alerting those impacted are just showing up.
“We are sorry that this data breach occurred and sincerely apologize for any inconvenience or concern this may cause,” said a just-received March 24 GPO letter shown to Secrets.
At issue was the release of Social Security numbers of 1,900 people who visited the Trump White House on Dec. 14, 2020, most likely for holiday parties and meetings. Also, on that day, the Electoral College confirmed President Joe Biden’s victory.
The list was described as “supporting materials” for the final report of the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol.
The GPO put the unredacted pages of Social Security numbers of former President Donald Trump’s friends, allies, advisers, and aides who went to the White House on Dec. 14, 2020, online for two days last January before being alerted to the problem and taking them down.
The information was public from Jan. 2-Jan. 4.
The GPO said it was a simple mistake…GPO ‘inadvertently’ revealed 1,900 Social Security numbers from Jan. 6 report | Washington Examiner