Major data breach at University of Windsor law school

Cristin Schmitz reports:

The University of Windsor’s law school has notified the hundreds of current JD applicants that their confidential information has erroneously been disclosed, including names, gender, birthdates, “Aboriginal status,” GPA and LSAT scores, as well as the applicants’ “admit value” — a numerical rating by law faculty assessors.

According to recent e-mails sent by the law school to those affected, all current JD applicants have had their confidential information compromised by the sweeping data breach.

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