Kyodo News reports:
Hokkaido University said Wednesday that personal data of more than 110,000 students and graduates may have been leaked due to unauthorized access of its computer systems by unknown parties.
The university believes a server at its career placement service center is likely to have been unlawfully accessed.
The server contains personal data, including names, addresses and birth dates of about 112,600 students and graduates and information on about 1,600 companies that are used for students’ job-hunting activities.
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