Organizations should plan for data lossIt’s not enough to rely on employees obeying policies: privacy commissionerBy Uyen Vu10/23/2006|CHRR, Report on Employment Law|Last Updated: 10/20/2006 They used to make headlines — stories about the personal information of employees or consumers potentially in the wrong hands. Now, it seems as though these breaches of privacy due to a misplaced laptop or a lost backup tape are so common the public only hears about a fraction of them. One such story involved the theft of personal information of about 8,000 doctors in Alberta. Their personal records were stolen when an MD Management employee left a laptop unattended in his Jeep while he made a 10-minute stop at a store. Someone broke into the Jeep by unzipping the back passenger-side window of the soft top. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.