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We were wondering how Billy the paperboy could afford that gold-plated Huffy...
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We were wondering how Billy the paperboy could afford that gold-plated Huffy...
News carriers and retailers in Worcester, Mass., get an unexpected bonus with their usual shipment of the Telegram & Gazette: the credit and debit card numbers of 240,000 subscribers to the paper and its sister publication the Boston Globe, both owned by the New York Times Co.

The security breach is the result of a recycling program in which paper from the Telegram & Gazette's business office is reused to wrap bundles of newspapers.

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