Zack Whittaker reports: Edraak, an online training nonprofit, exposed the private information of thousands of students after uploading pupil data to an unprotected cloud storage server, apparently by mistake. The nonprofit, founded by Jordans queen Rania and headquartered in the kingdoms capital, was readiness up in 2013 to promote education across the Arab region. The organization works with several partners, including the british Council and edX, a consortium circle up by Harvard, Stanford and MIT. in February, researchers at U.K. cybersecurity firm TurgenSec found one of Edraaks cloud storehouse servers containing at least tens of thousands of students data, including spreadsheets with students names, email addresses, gender, birth year, state of nationality and some division grades. register more on TechCrunch.