TX: Tarleton State University officials investigate privacy breach

Micah Moore reports:

Hundreds of Tarleton State University documents containing students’ personal information were scattered across the intersection of Washington and Lillian streets Tuesday afternoon breaching a federal law that is supposed to protect student records.

The financial aid documents from 1997-98 contained the social security number, date of birth, federal PELL grant disbursements and other personal information of hundreds of former students.

Read more from The Empire Tribune.

As of the time of this posting, there is no statement on the university’s web site explaining how this breach occurred.

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