Tax information of some University of Louisville employees hacked

Chris Larson reports:

Tax information for dozens of University of Louisville employees has been compromised after a hack of the online system the university uses to give employees access to tax documents.

John Karman, university director of media relations, said Friday the university confirmed that 83 employees’ W-2 forms were downloaded or accessed without authorization from the university or the employees.


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