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No Class: Ivy Leaguer Accused Of Hacking

The FBI is investigating accusations that Princeton University officials may have illegally accessed a Yale University admissions Web site, according to Yale's online newspaper. An internal investigation conducted by Yale revealed that systems within the Princeton admissions office were used to access the records of 11 students, the university says. Princeton says associate dean and director of admission Stephen LeMenage has acknowledged improperly accessing the Yale Web site and has been placed on administrative leave pending the results of the investigation.

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