Randy Geller would never do this,

would he? NYT:

Harvard secretly searched the e-mail accounts of several of its staff members last fall, looking for the source of news media leaks about its recent cheating scandal, but did not tell them about the searches for several months, people briefed on the matter said on Saturday.

Under state law he can. Thanks to a fellow paranoid for the tip. 3/10/2013.

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5 Responses to Randy Geller would never do this,

  1. Anonymous says:

    Regardless of UO policy, UOMatters’ favorite law requires that faculty email accounts are available upon request (plus a little baksheesh) to the public.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Dear dummies, it is policy that your University email account is open to exploration by the administration at their whim. You’re a fucking idiot if you think otherwise.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Just because you are paranoid does not mean they are not out to get you.

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  4. Anonymous says:

    There’s a damn good reason that I only use my uoregon.edu e-mail address for work-related items.

    Only Google has enough of my trust for me to allow it to read my bitching and moaning without my knowledge.

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  5. Old Man says:

    As I recall, when the UO set up its email system, John Moseley swore that the UO would never look at our mail.

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