The Associated Press, in a story carried on Yahoo!, reports that a laptop stolen out of an office at the University of California, Berkeley, had personal information for nearly 100,000 UC alums, students and past applicants. The March 11 theft was not reported until March 28 because police had been hoping to recover the laptop without having to alarm the entire community. UC Berkeley must now warn all 98,369 affected people to check credit reports and other potential indicators of identity theft.