Feb 262015
 February 26, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Court, U.S., Youth & Schools

Alex Sakariassen reports:

Law student Daniel Knudsen’s suit against the University of Montana over alleged privacy violations is moving forward following an unsuccessful motion by the university last month to have the case dismissed. Knudsen stands firm in his belief that UM erred in passing his personal information to Higher One, a private bank contracted to dole out financial aid disbursements and refunds to students. Likewise, UM continues to claim its contract with Higher One effectively made the bank an extension of the institution.

The case’s first hearing is set for March 2 in Missoula District Court.

Read more on Missoula Independent

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.