Private data of 8,600 Ont. teachers compromised

Laptops containing sensitive records belonging to thousands of Ontario teachers have been stolen, CBC News has learned.

The three laptops contained names, addresses, birth dates and social insurance numbers of some 8,600 teachers, most of whom work at elementary schools for the Toronto District School Board.

The computers were stolen from the Waterloo, Ont., offices of the Ontario Teachers Insurance Plan on Dec. 3.

Read more on CBC News. And no, the data were not encrypted.

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