Dec 172013
 December 17, 2013  Posted by  Youth & Schools

From the that’s-not-very-nice-folks dept.:

Matthew Lloyd-Thomas and Adrian Rodrigues report:

Yale students’ email accounts are subject to search without consent or notification by the University, as outlined in a publicly available but little-publicized document.

Under the University’s Information Technology Acceptable Use Policy, the University maintains the right to access not only employee accounts, but students’ accounts as well. While 55 of 73 students interviewed were unsurprised that the University can monitor their correspondences, few were clear on the specifics under which Yale can search their accounts.

Read more on Yale Daily News.

Yeah, students don’t need no stinkin’ privacy or privacy rights.

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for the link.

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