Princeton Hacks Yale in \'\'unauthorized\'\' Student Poaching.

Princeton\'s open season on prospective Yale students was apparently
done using only the students \"Social Security numbers and birth dates.\"
The Boston Globe reports that according to Princeton\'s spokesperson, their
director of admissions acknowledged \"at least one \"unauthorized transmission\"
to the Yale Web site.\" He has been given a paid vacation while the offending
school conducts \"\"an aggressive investigation.\"\" In addition to admission
status, financial aid application information and personal and academic
preferences were accessible via the poorly secured logons.
:-( Privacy
accuses Princeton of Web prying:
data at issue; dean placed on leave.\"  -By Mary
Leonard -Boston/Globe

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