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From: lyger (lygerattrition.org)
Date: Thu May 03 2007 - 08:47:06 CDT
An Information Technology investigation has revealed that a laptop stolen
from a faculty member's Baton Rouge home may contain personally
identifiable information for about 750 University students.
But University officials released a notification letter to potentially
affected students April 15 - more than 10 days after receiving news of the
theft. The faculty member notified University officials April 4, but
officials did not contact LSUPD.
The laptop is owned by the E.J. Ourso College of Business, and may have
included students' Social Security numbers, full names and grades,
according to a notification letter The Daily Reveille obtained Tuesday.
The letter was signed by Brian Nichols, chief IT security and police
officer, and Robert Sumichrast, dean of the E.J. Ourso College of
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