Edward Waters College, in Florida, has imposed new confidentiality requirements on just about everything that takes place on the private college's campus, with possible fines of $5,000 a day for violations, The Jacksonville News reported. Former employees are also covered by the new requirements. Michael Freed, Edward Waters' general counsel, said: "The sad reality is that sometimes a former employee has a burning desire to embarrass their former employer, and that can harm everyone involved."
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