DETROIT, Dec 22 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. on Thursday said a computer with personal information on 70,000 current and former salaried employees was stolen in November. The computer has information such as names and Social Security numbers of employees, spokeswoman Kathleen Vokes said, declining to identify the facility from which the computer was taken. "We have no evidence indicating that there has been any identity theft or misuse of employee information as a result of this incident," ...
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