The biggest data breach in government history just got bigger. An employee union claims every single federal worker was hacked, including hundreds of thousands of people in Maryland.
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A federal administrative law judge in Baltimore has given preliminary approval to a $6.6 million settlement for more than 570 current and former Social Security Administration employees with disabilities.
A Laurel woman has admitted to stealing nearly $300,000 in Social Security benefits for 16 years after her mother died.
A Burtonsville man has pleaded guilty to stealing his late father’s Social Security payments for nearly 20 years.
A former employee with the Social Security Administration has pleaded guilty to taking bribes from beneficiaries in exchange for higher benefits.
Someone hacked the computers of a state-licensed provider of services to the developmentally disabled and stole Social Security numbers and medical information for about 9,700 clients, the organization and the state agency that oversees it said Monday.
Officials at the University of Maryland say a database breach last month affects fewer people than first reported, but it affects students who attended the school years earlier than initially thought.
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A former epidemiologist for the Oklahoma Department of Health has been sentenced to one year and one day in federal prison after he pleaded guilty to illegally shipping firearms to the Republic of Ghana and defrauding the Social Security Administration.