When a famous Colorado resident went to his mailbox recently, he was shocked and distressed at what he found.
It was a piece of junk mail with his correct last name but his internet password inserted as a first name. Given that the password was not his first name and would be impossible to guess, the man tore open the envelope and was upset to learn that the holder of this privileged information was a voter-registration solicitor.
Source: Colorado Watchdog. Read full article. (link)