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Aetna says nearly 5,000 paper files on Pennsylvania and New Jersey health insurance policyholders were thrown away in a filing cabinet as part of an office move. They contained names, addresses, birth dates and Social Security numbers, but no medical or banking information. The company says they were returned, and there is no reason to believe the information was or will be misused, but the affected people are being offered free credit monitoring.