NC: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools email gaffe exposes medical info on 3,000 students
From the no-need-to-hack-if-it’s-leaking dept., WBTV reports:
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools sent an email to hundreds of parents that included person and medical information of nearly 3,000 students.
The CMS email was to confirm all students who were enrolled in the After School Enrichment Program (ASEP). It was sent out the afternoon of August 6 and went to hundreds of parents.
The email included a spreadsheet titled “confirmed sites enrollment” of each student enrolled in the ASEP program including medical information such as allergies, conditions including diabetes, ADHD, celiac disease, etc.
It also included some info on parent. Read more on WBTV.