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Re "Utah Gov. Herbert vows to patch Medicaid data breach, restore trust" (Tribune, April 11):
Given the official responses to Utah's massive breach of Medicaid data, I call for resignations, from the governor on down. The idea that free credit monitoring for one year will cover the problem is an outrage, given that these 225,000 stolen Social Security numbers will live on in the markets of cyberspace for a long time.
I and three-quarters of a million Utahns haven't worked all these years for some incompetent nincompoop to fritter away our identities overnight.
Salt Lake City