Elie Mystal writes:
Nobody was trying to steal the personal information of the admitted students at Baylor Law. But a screw-up by someone at the school resulted in all of the personal information of the admitted class getting transmitted to everybody else in the admitted class.
All of it. Names, addresses, grades, and LSAT scores. Pretty much everything besides social security numbers.
Read more on Above the Law, where their redacted table showing some of the admissions information suggests that 442 applicants had some personal information exposed.