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Aug. 25, 2014: U.S. undercover investigators are among those exposed in a data breach Friday.


Aug. 25, 2014: A stolen laptop leads to a data breach at New Mexico State University.


Aug. 26, 2014: A Georgia man is sentenced to 20 years in prison for identity theft.


Aug. 27, 2014: Alabamians sue a hospital chain after a large data breach. Plaintiffs allege the hospital system failed to follow basic security procedures.


Aug. 27, 2014: More than half of South Korea’s total population may have had their personal info stolen in a data breach of 220 million records.


Aug. 28, 2014: "Shred unwanted documents to prevent dumpster divers from getting your personal info."


Aug. 28, 2014: A Philadelphia man gets four and a half years in prison for stealing personal medical info.


Aug. 29, 2014: Kansas district attorney warns of increase in mail theft and identity theft in Wichita.


Aug. 29, 2014: HHS reports more than 30 million patients have been affected since 2009 by data breaches, costing the industry $5.6 billion every year.