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A W.F. Ready School teacher was found to have uploaded 2,000 documents containing student information to a public website, Regina Leader-Post reports. The teacher began uploading the documents in May 2016, with some holding student assignments, birthdates, grades, and passwords. Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner Ron Kruzeniski’s report on the breach said the teacher uploaded the documents onto his church’s website under the belief he would be the only person who could access the information. The Regina Public School Division found 77 students may have had their information accessed. The school division is also working to implement six recommendations provided by the Saskatchewan Privacy Commissioner, including updating policies and training staff in privacy law.
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