Sinead Gill reports:
For six weeks, most University of Otago students, including prospective students, had their personal information unprotected.
A University spokesperson told Stuff while the risk of harm was “incredibly low”, some information was potentially accessible over this period, and most students could expect to be contacted by a privacy officer.”
On October 5, the University of Otago was alerted to fault in their data storage by student magazine Critic Te Ārohi.
Read more at Stuff.