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College athletic departments use vague law to keep public records from being seen (Secrecy 101)

Date: May 31, 2009
Authors: Jill Riepenhoff and Todd Jones
QUOTE: Across the country, many major-college athletic departments keep their NCAA troubles secret behind a thick veil of black ink or Wite-Out. [universities] censor information in the name of student privacy, invoking a 35-year-old federal law whose author says it has been twisted and misused by the universities.

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