One Ohioan Who Is Not Taking His Talent To South Beach
Asked in June 2007 to safeguard a hard drive containing sensitive information, Ohio Office of Budget and Management intern Justin Ilovar, 22, left the drive in his car. It was stolen, exposing Social Security numbers for 859,852 Ohioans, including 64,400 state employees and 770,000 taxpayers with uncashed tax refund checks. The state estimated the snafu may have cost up to $2 million. Ilovar, who claimed he was a scapegoat, was fired.