A desktop computer with personal information from more than 500,000 New York state workers' compensation recipients is missing from the information technology division of New York-based Marsh insurance brokerage, a company director said.

Alfred J. Modugno, a spokesman for Marsh, a unit of Marsh & McLennan, confirmed a report that a computer containing personal information on claimants receiving state workers' comp payments through the Special Funds Conservation Committee is missing from CS STARS, Marsh's information technology division based in Chicago.

Special Funds Conservation Committee manages and maintains the state's Special Disability Fund and the Fund for Reopened Cases.

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