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ONE DAY last October, a memory stick containing special software for deleting data was placed into a desktop computer at Bank of Cyprus (BoC).Within minutes, 28,000 files were erased, according to investigators who had wanted to copy the data for an official report into the collapse of the Cypriot banking system.The deleted files included emails sent and received in a crucial period in late 2009 and early 2010 when Bank of Cyprus spent billions of euros buying Greek bonds - at a time when international banks were cutting exposure to the heavily indebted Athens government... 27 comments