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The Chronicle of Higher Education has reported a data security incident. Unauthorized parties made account holder names, email addresses, usernames, and passwords for some online accounts to chronicle.com, philanthropy.com, and chroniclevitae.com available online.

The Chronicle began notifying online account holders about this incident on July 9, 2020. The Chronicle reset passwords to all online accounts on June 16, 2020, so that the passwords for the accounts are no longer valid. The next time account holders log in to their online accounts, they will be prompted to change their passwords. Also, if account holders use the same usernames and passwords for any other online account, The Chronicle recommends that they change the passwords to those accounts as well.

Complete information about what happened as well as contact information for any questions can be found at The Chronicle.


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