Elections Ontario Loses Data of Millions of Voters
Data USB sticks holding information on 2.4 million voters have been lost by Elections Ontario.
Four London area ridings are affected in the massive privacy breach.
The USB drives contain names addresses and birthdates of voters and got lost after the October 6th 2011 provincial election.
Sarnia-Lambton along with three London ridings: London West, London North-Centre, and London Fanshawe -- are affected.
Officials say the information was not encrypted or password protected.