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Commerce Department mistakenly destroyed 144 'infected' laptops, printers, other IT equipment

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More than $170,000 of destroyed computers and IT equipment later, the U.S. Commerce Department realized it made a mistake. According to a June 2013 Inspector General report, Commerce's Economic Development Administration thought it had been hacked and infected with a potentially debilitating virus between December 2011 and January 2012. The EDA then spent more than $2.7 million total — more...

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