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Harvard Emails Were Open To Public Until Monday: The Crimson

  • , Tuesday, February 21, 2017 7:52 AM

Over 1.4 million emails,  some containing the grades financial aid information of Harvard students were open to the public until Monday, when they were made private, The Harvard Crimson reports. The emails were sent to Harvard Computer Society lists. Teaching fellows used them at times to discuss student grades, possibly putting them in violation of the Family Rights and Privacy Act,  the Crimson adds. Only affiliates could access the lists, but the emails were open to the public. 

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