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PC exposes and among the garbage, confidential information from Trinitate, Sierra Nevada and Splash



PC exposes and among the garbage, confidential information from Trinitate, Sierra Nevada and Splash


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SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE.- Folders that direct Civil Protection has under its protection and that contain personal information, plans and names of those responsible for restaurants, hotels and businesses in San Miguel de Allende, were thrown away and left in view of all.

The folders containing plans, names of those responsible for the places, of the employees, the studies of the buildings and data of at least 4 establishments, were kept for at least three days.

They are risk studies and security programs carried out by Civil Protection a:

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These folders are official documents and contain confidential information; since October 10 they have been under the shelter of Roberto Pérez Solís, director of the unit.

A citizen complaint made over the weekend indicated that official records with sensitive, personal and confidential information were left in a public space, in full view of everyone and whoever passed by to review them.

NEWS confirmed again on Monday that the folders with confidential information from the establishments remained there for at least 3 days, in full view of everyone.

Upon reaching the indicated place, the folders were open, as if they had already been consulted by “someone else.”

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The folders, under the custody and surveillance of Civil Protection, were found among collapsed rain boots, pieces of hoses, mud, dust, next to the door where the PC was located and on a wooden structure for cables.

Between fences and the disinfection modules they used in the COVID epidemic.

When questioning Social Communication of the government of San Miguel de Allende, they said that yesterday “they were no longer found” and that the Civil Protection manager, Roberto Solís, said that they were probably there because “they were cleaning the place,” although they did not know saw no one.