SBA Exposes Private Information Of 8,000 Small Businesses In ‘Accidental’ Website Leak

By Tyler Durden

Never forget that the government is one giant DMV (it’s one of many reasons why so many millions of Americans are wary of universal health care).

Minutes ago, CNBC reported that the private and “personally identifiable information” of as many as 8,000 small business loan applicants may have been leaked during the chaotic rollout of the federal paycheck protection program – or ‘PPP’.

CNBC’s Kate Rogers said the issues arose on the SBA side via the EIDL application process. The nearly 8,000 businesses impacted by the leak have been notified, per the SBA. The ‘impacted portion’ of the site was “immediately disabled.”

The leak was purportedly a problem with the website – meaning it was very likely self-inflicted. Not exactly a vote of confidence in the federal government’s ability to manage the task of handing out hundreds of billions of dollars of loans to every beauty salon, restaurant and pro shop in the country (plus thousands of other businesses).

Source: ZeroHedge

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