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FBI Investigates Data Theft At KU

Hacker Downloads Information On 1,450 International Students. University of Kansas officials discovered Wednesday that a computer hacker downloaded personal information gathered on 1,450 of its international students. The information was collected as part of new homeland security measures. The university alerted Immigration and Naturalization Service and FBI officials and said it was told the INS was notifying U.S. ports of entry. The FBI was starting an investigation. “We intend to find out who did this,” said Jeff Lanza of the FBI office in Kansas City, Mo. He declined further comment. The breach discovered about noon Wednesday raised concerns someone might use the information to enter the United States illegally. International students were notified by e-mail Wednesday night. Full Story

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