VA: Personal info accidentally released by Campbell schools

Jessie Pounds reports:

Campbell County Schools inadvertently released “personally identifiable material” as part of a response to a Freedom of Information Act request, Superintendent Robert Johnson said Wednesday.

Darryl Whitesell, an attorney and Gladys Elementary School parent, said he received a document that appeared to include school employee names, schools and full Social Security numbers, for hundreds to more than 1,000 individuals.

Johnson said school board attorney David Hawkins told him he believes there was no legal breach.

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