Aug 202011
 August 20, 2011  Posted by  Breaches, Youth & Schools

Chris Norwood reports:

Talladega College President Billy Hawkins is alleging that City Council President Horace Patterson’s re-election campaign violated the privacy of students by obtaining their home addresses and sending campaign literature to their homes over the summer.

Although voter rolls are public information, college students who vote in Talladega must register with their Talladega addresses. The literature was sent not to the students’ local addresses, but to their home addresses.

Hawkins said an internal investigation revealed that Patterson got the addresses through the college registrar’s office.

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