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Texas A&M admits to putting faculty, graduate assistants' Social Security number and personal information online

2015/03/13

Bryan-College Station Eagle - (Texas) Texas A&M officials notified 4,697 faculty members and graduate students that their personal information, including Social Security numbers, may have been accessed after the information was inadvertently posted online February 13 via a Teaching Analysis Report which was seen by 33 individuals. The university discovered the mistake March 8 and removed the data and access to the site.

Source: http://www.theeagle.com/news/local/texas-a-m-admits-to-have-mistakenly-pufaculty-graduate/article_d54db236-e4f6-5546-8a67-077d216f61fc.html

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