Department of Education officials are blaming the assistant principal at Brooklyn Tech High School for lax security that resulted in students' names, addresses and social security numbers being posted on the school's website. This has been the third hack of the school's website this year—the first posted a fake letter saying school was canceled, the second put Lil' Wayne lyrics on the site—but this is the first one that could cause students harm. Junior Jessica Tan told the Post, "It's more serious because it has to do with our Social Security numbers and identity theft...Students are more creeped out than think it's funny."

In January, the assistant principal uploaded students' PSAT scores, which included personal information, to an internal website that isn't password protected. Someone was able to access the site and post the data, 2,416 names and addresses and 103 Social Security numbers, to the public school website. The security breach was discovered by a student two weeks ago, but nobody knows how long the info was on the site. One student said, "I'm definitely going to be more careful in giving information to the school." Somehow, we don't think you can avoid handing in your PSAT scores.