Should information on buildings such as power stations be transported on portable memory devices?
HARTLEPOOL’S nuclear power station was caught up in an international alert after a Government inspector lost a USB memory stick.
But today, power station bosses allayed fears when they told the Hartlepool Mail the information was nothing more than technical data which had been publicly available for weeks.
Details of the memory stick, which was lost at a nuclear conference in India, emerged today as Prime Minister David Cameron was expected to give huge support to the next generation of nuclear power plants, including a planned new build in Hartlepool.
Today we ask: Should information on buildings such as power stations be transported on portable memory devices?