The FBI is now investigating a security breach at the University of Rochester, MSNBC reports. The university is still trying to figure out how all the information was copied. Personal information for 450 current and former university students was stolen from a university database. Their names and Social Security numbers were accessed and copied illegally to an off-campus computer. University information technology workers found out about the problem last week. Letters were sent out Jan. 10 to the 450 potential victims. Sharon Dickman, a spokesperson for the university, said, “That's a lot of people, and we're concerned about it. We...

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