Hacked tax returns story belonged on front page

info@islandpacket.comNovember 5, 2012 

How is it possible that the news about the 3.6 million South Carolina tax returns that were hacked was not on the Oct. 27 front page? As if it were a secondary story, it was on page 7A. What could be more important than informing the public about a theft that puts so many at risk? Shame on the Packet.

Marilyn Shaw

Bluffton

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