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Students At Risk For ID Theft

The University of Georgia is warning that hackers may have accessed credit-card and Social Security numbers for roughly 20,000 students and applicants. Law-enforcement authorities are investigating. The University of Georgia says there's no indication that the hackers are using the private information. The hackers could have accessed information dating back to August 2002.

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