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UCLA break-in puts data on 800,000 at risk

In one of the largest known security breaches at a university, the database at the University of California, Los Angeles has been broken into, exposing the private information of about 800,000 people. Administrators discovered November 21 that the database had been compromised, according to a letter dated Tuesday that was posted to the university’s Web site (PDF here). Full Story

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