Did a Senator Leak Over 50,000 Credit Card Numbers?

Do you know who Norm Coleman is? Even if you aren’t a resident of Minnesota, you should recognize the name from heated (and on-going) recount there between him and Al Franken.  Well now Coleman has a whole new problem to deal with; he is being accused of leaking credit card information from over 50,000 of his campaign donors. Basically, the Coleman camp is being accused of storing this credit card info recklessly, in a place on its site that was not secure and easy to find.  If they were a business rather than a political campaign, it is alleged the fashion they stored this data would be illegal. However since they are a polical organization, it doesn’t appear there are any laws on the books that they can be charged with breaking. Of course we don’t know all sides of the story yet, and who (if anyone), did something wrong. But what we do know is thousands of Coleman’s donors have been told to cancel their credit cards.

 
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They should hold him accountable

Dude if this was a business they would get sued so why are the politicians allowed to get away with it???

I hope Obama’s people have their numbers safe because they must have millions of them on file!