UC Students' Personal Information Stolen

October 18, 2007


The personal information of thousands of University of Cincinnati students and graduates has been stolen.

A flash drive was taken from a U.C. Employee last month. It had the Social Security numbers and other data for more than 7,000 people.

A University spokesperson says there is no indication that any of the information has been misused. Letters have been sent to students and three major credit reporting agencies.

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