Stolen computer at UT contains personal information of students, faculty

A computer stolen from the University of Toledo contained personal information for about 24,000 students and 450 faculty during the 2007-08 and 2008-09 academic years, the university announced Monday.

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The computer was password protected and many of the files were specifically encrypted or individually password protected, he said.

The personal data was saved on the computer itself and not on the university’s network, which officials are encouraging staff to do.

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