Dec 072009
 
 December 7, 2009  Posted by  Breaches, Workplace

Chris White reports:

At least two confidential documents that SUNY lawyers refused to release earlier this year were leaked as part of thousands hacked from a top climate research center last month.

The documents were made available by independent researcher Douglas Keenan.

In August 2007, Keenan wrote a paper accusing UAlbany Professor Wei-Chyung Wang of fabrications in research. A university panel later cleared Wang of those allegations, but refused to release any more documentation of the case than a redacted committee report — the confidential complete version of which stepped off a review by an Investigation Committee.

The university denied Keenan’s Freedom of Information Law requests for a full version of the initial committee report and the full investigation report, according to written and e-mail correspondence provided by Keenan.

Read more on CBS6.

  One Response to “Confidential UAlbany documents part of Climategate leak”

  1. For more on this story, see Keenan’s web page at
    http://www.informath.org/apprise/a5620.htm

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