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Florida Virtual School suffered a data breaching affecting more than 50,000 students and teachers from Leon County Schools, the Tallahassee Democrat reports. District officials said the data was taken off an unsecured server belonging to the Virtual School. The stolen information included student records and teachers’ Social Security numbers. While the breach allegedly took place last year, the information stolen may date back to 2013. Superintendent Rocky Hanna criticized the Virtual School’s failure to prevent the breach, adding the district will send breach notifications after learning the Virtual School would not be sending their own. Meanwhile, BJC HealthCare announced 30,000 patients may have been affected by a data breach it suffered.
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