Social Security numbers and other personal records of 53,000 faculty and staff members and visitors to the University of Hawaii's main campus were exposed when a computer server at the university was hacked in May, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported. University officials said they had no evidence that the hacker downloaded or otherwise viewed the individuals' information, the newspaper reported.
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