Arrest made in Berkeley laptop theft case
Police have arrested a man after recovering a stolen laptop that held personal data on more than 98,000 University of California, Berkeley students and applicants.
The laptop - containing the names, address and social security numbers of students and prospective students - was taken from Berkley's graduate admission office in March, triggering a security alert.
By John Leyden at The Register.
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