Best Buy Learns That Data Protection Can Be A Customer Issue

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2006-06-15
 
 
 
When a Cincinnati man brought his hard-drive to Best Buy to be repaired, he was told that he couldn’t have his old hard-drive back. But fear not, he was told: the drive would be made useless by having holes drilled in it.

A few months later, the fully intact drive is purchased at a flea market in Chicago for $25.

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