Hackers Steal D.C. Residents' Data
A Georgetown University network server containing personal information on over 40,000 residents of Washington, D.C. was invaded by hackers, exposing thousands of individual names, Social Security numbers, and dates of birth, the university said.
The university was hosting data belonging to the D.C. Office of Aging (DCOA), which coordinates services for the elderly throughout the city. No financial data was contained on the server Hackers Steal D.C. Residents' Data
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