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Angry worker accused of deleting $2.5 million worth of data

A woman thought she was about to get fired, and decided to strike first by deleting seven years worth of architectural drawings.

A Florida woman who feared she was about to be fired was accused of deleting seven years of architectural drawings valued at $2.5 million. The woman allegedly saw a want ad from her boss that described her position. Someone entered the office at 11 p.m. that Sunday and apparently spent four hours deleting files. The company owner said the files were recovered.

Read the full story on The Register: Employee's silent rampage wipes out $2.5m worth of data.