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Ohio Dept of Insurance Fines Firm for Unsecure Disposal

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An article posted to the website of the Cleveland Plan Dealer on Thursday, March 20, 2008 reports that the Ohio Department of Insurance ordered a local marketing company to pay more than $13,000, including a $10,000 fine, for improperly disposing of sensitive client information. A department investigation found that the company, a licensed insurance agency, threw 14 boxes of files containing sensitive financial and medical information into a trash bin in August of 2007.

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