Ernst & Young warned some Bay Area clients that it had lost some sensitive data, including Social Security numbers, which could be possibly be used by identity thieves.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, in a Feb. 13 letter Ernst & Young warned clients that their Social Security numbers were on a laptop stolen from an employee's locked car. The firm has declined to say how many clients might have been affected.

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