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Harvard to review privacy polices in wake of email search scandal

Jaikumar Vijayan | April 4, 2013
Lack of standard policies "highly inadequate" university president says

The incident has proved to be embarrassing for Harvard. Several faculty members have faulted the university for not informing deans about the searches and said they fear the incident could erode trust between administrators, faculty members and staff.

Acknowledging those concerns, Faust said Tuesday that she has also asked a leading Boston lawyer from outside Harvard to conduct a full investigation into how the searches were conducted and to verify that the information provided so far is a full and accurate description of what actually happened.

 

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