SC: OCtech laptop with student data stolen

Dale Linder-Altman reports:

A laptop containing student and employee information was stolen from an Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College staff member’s office on Monday.

The computer contained files with the names, birth dates and Social Security numbers of about 20,000 former and current students and faculty members dating back six or seven years, according to President Dr. Walter A. Tobin.

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