If one lawsuit is good, two is better, right? Gabrielle Russon reports:
A former UCF men’s basketball team manager who claims his bank account was drained has filed the second lawsuit this month over a computer hack where 63,000 Social Security numbers from former and current students and employees were stolen.
UCF’s handling of people’s private information was “lackadaisical, cavalier, reckless, or at the very least, negligent,” according to the lawsuit filed by Jeremiah Hughley. He describes himself as a former UCF student and men’s basketball team manager from 2010-2011 on his LinkedIn page.
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