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 July 31, 2013  Non-U.S., Youth & Schools

Glen McGregor reports:

Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner has ordered Carleton University to hand over 12 years of student grade records to the Ottawa Citizen.

The Citizen filed a Freedom of Information request in 2011 seeking “anonymized” grade data — without names or student numbers attached — but Carleton refused to release them, arguing that the records would violate students’ privacy and damage the school financially if they were made public.

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