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UK Identity Crisis Her Majesty's Customs and Revenue have demonstrated how important it is to keep track of all your important data.

So, inspired by their example, we've put all our stories on this week's data debacle in one secure location. Enjoy...

Civil service apologises for HMRC data loss

Running queries on the HMRC database fiasco

HMRC data loss could be tip of iceberg

Senior officials now in frame for HMRC data fiasco

Info chief renews call for data breach crime penalties

Will Darling's data giveaway kill off ID cards?

A parents' guide to the HMRC data giveaway

Darling's Data giveaway - what the readers say

Lost HMRC discs pop up on eBay

Police Complaints joins inquest into Darling data giveaway

How HMRC gave away the UK's national identity

Darling admits Revenue loss of 25 million personal records

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