A missing hard drive has led the American Institute of CPAs to issue a warning to all of its approximately 330,000 members, warning them that their names, addresses and Social Security numbers were among the data on the drive.

In a May 8 letter from senior vice president of finance and administration Anthony Pugliese , the institute said that it never received a package containing a restored computer hard drive holding the member information, despite "exhaustive investigations" within the AICPA and FedEx Express.

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