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Windsor law school’s data breach at ‘low end’ but still a problem for those affected: privacy litigator

Friday, January 26, 2018 @ 6:45 AM | By Cristin Schmitz

A data breach at the University of Windsor’s law school exposing hundreds of JD applicants’ names, e-mail addresses, birthdates, LSAT scores and other sensitive information is “at the low end” of privacy breaches, but could still have serious repercussions for the applicants whose privacy was violated, suggests a leading class action lawyer.

The Lawyer’s Daily revealed this week that on Jan. 18 Christopher Waters, the dean of law at the University of Windsor, e-mailed all JD applicants to his law faculty alerting them that on Jan....