The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has said it appointed former security chief at the Palace of Westminster, Peter Mason CBE, to look into the data loss.
Mr Mason is said to have concluded that it was accidental, and made a number of recommendations which have all been accepted by the SFO.
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