U. of Oregon Releases 22,000 Pages of Private Records

January 22, 2015

The University of Oregon is investigating why it released 22,000 pages of information with confidential information about students and faculty members, The Oregonian reported. Two employees have been placed on leave as a result. The documents were given to a faculty member who requested them as public records. But the university did not go through the documents to remove confidential information that the institution was not required to release. The university has asked the faculty member not to release the documents further.


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