Test scores, birth dates, and other personal information for more than 100,000 students were published accidentally on The Princeton Review's web site this summer, according to the New York Times.


The information was available on the test preparation company's web site for nearly two months, and the information should have been available only through passwords, the company told the Times for an Aug. 19 story. A Princeton Review official told the newspaper that the site's protection probably was lost when the company switched internet providers in June.


A mistake in web site configuration exposed student records for anyone to see and made

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