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 September 23, 2014  Posted by  Business

Julia Angwin and Robert Faturechi report:

Stanford University recently declared that it will not use money from Google to fund privacy research at its Center for Internet and Society, according to a legal filing made by the school.

“Since 2013, Google funding is specifically designated not [to] be used for CIS’s privacy work,” the university said in the court filing, found byProPublica in documents filed in an unrelated lawsuit.

Read more on Mashable.

Update: Stanford says the Angwin and Faturechi article is inaccurate.

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