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SDSU says computer server was infiltrated

Personal data at risk, thousands are warned. San Diego State University is warning more than 178,000 students, alumni and employees that hackers broke into a university computer server where names and Social Security numbers were stored. The university began mailing out notification letters Monday, urging people whose personal information was on the server to get copies of their credit reports and review them for suspicious activity. The SDSU case appears to be the largest such notification made under a state law that went into effect last July requiring companies and state agencies to contact people when their computerized personal data have been compromised. Full Story

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