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Fourth Circuit Expands Title IX Liability for Harassment Through Anonymous Online Posts

The Fourth Circuit recently held that universities could be liable for Title IX violations if they fail to adequately respond to harassment that occurs through anonymous-messaging apps. The case, Feminist Majority Foundation v. Hurley, concerned messages sent through the now-defunct app Yik Yak to the individual plaintiffs, who were students at the University of Mary … Continue Reading

EDUCAUSE Challenges the US DOE’s Guidance on Data Breach Reporting

On January 30, 2018, EDUCAUSE, a higher education technology association, submitted a letter to the U.S. Department of Education describing concerns that it had with the Federal Student Aid (“FSA”) ability to protect federal student financial aid data. EDUCAUSE’s members include IT professionals from over 1,800 colleges and universities as well as other organizations. First, … Continue Reading
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