Private records removed from Ill. commission site
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The state auditor found significant personal information about consumers filing complaints with the Illinois Commerce Commission published on the agency's website, problems the regulatory agency began fixing last fall.
Auditor General William Holland reported Thursday that the ICC's "e-Docket" complaint system held a wealth of readily available private data posted by consumers.
"Through basic use of search functions, we identified a significant amount of unprotected personal confidential information," Holland said, including Social Security and driver's license numbers and even credit history and medical data.
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