After Searches, Harvard Orders E-Mail Policy Review
PERSONAL PRIVACY—U.S.April 4, 2013
In the wake of a “secret search” of e-mail accounts belonging to 16 of the university’s deans, Harvard President Drew Faust has ordered a review of e-mail privacy policies, describing the inconsistency across the university "highly inadequate," COMPUTERWORLD reports. Calling the lack of e-mail privacy policies an "institutional failure," Faust plans to form a task force to develop recommendations on e-mail guidelines. Faust has also asked an independent attorney to investigate the e-mail searches “and to verify that the information provided so far is a full and accurate description of what actually happened,” the report states.