University of York leaks student details

Dawinderpal Sahota
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ICO makes professor sign an undertaking after 148 student records were wrongly made accessible to classmates for more than a year

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has reprimanded the University of York for failing to close a test area on its website that contained thousands of students' personal details. This breach...

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