I recently enrolled at a large Canadian university. When logging into a library computer for the first time, I found that there was one network-attached drive connected. This drive contains hundreds of gigabytes of seemingly random files dating back over a decade. I went through some of the files and while most are junk, there are some very sensitive documents such as old databases for all sensitive patient comments from campus health center sessions, employee documents, financial documents, doctor's patient notes, and other legal documents, some even containing SIN numbers. It seems this drive would be accessible by all users, and is automatically mounted when you log in (Under My Computer on Windows, and in the file explorer sidebar). The files date back many decades so I would assume it's always been here, or perhaps recently accidentally made accessible. I fear potential retaliation from the university as they would be able to see that I've opened many of the files.