1,300 Brigham Young University students’ information released accidentally

Paige Fieldsted reports:

The personal information of hundreds of international students at BYU was inadvertently released by email Monday. The message was sent by a staff member in the University Advisement Center who was sending out a notice of a career workshop, but a complete list of students’ names, email addresses, phone numbers and student ID numbers was attached. The message included the personal information of all 1,300 international students and was sent to those 1,300 students.

Karen Evans, coordinator of the University Advisement Center, said students were notified as soon as the error was made.

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