Rutgers Library, a branch of the University of New Jersey, is known for being the state’s largest library and research library.
Now, the library says that the data that it collects is “insecure.”
The library system’s database includes a wide variety of information, from records about books to images of the library’s collection.
The system also includes information about the staff and students of the branch.
The database was launched in 2010 and is being used for research.
According to a press release from Rutgers, the data collected includes “information about the location of people, buildings, and items stored in the library.”
But in an emailed statement, the Rutgers library system told CNN, “The database includes information that is proprietary to Rutgers University.
All information contained in the database is protected under the Rutgers University Privacy Act.
Rutgers University reserves the right to remove data at any time and remove any user’s name from the database.
The Rutgers University Police Department has an obligation to protect our library data, and we take this matter very seriously.”
The Rutgers library’s statement also said that the information in the data does not include personal information about Rutgers library users or students, but only information about which individuals are enrolled in classes.
“As part of this privacy and security policy, Rutgers Library requires that all users access the Rutgers Library database to view, create, edit, and delete records,” the statement said.
Rutgers University also has a policy in place, in which a student can only view the library records that were created by that student and his/her parent or legal guardian.
In the statement, Rutgers said that it “takes these matters seriously” and will work with law enforcement agencies to “remove any information that may be related to an ongoing investigation.”
Rutges police are investigating the case.