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Applicants Laid Bare: the Privacy Economics of University Application Files

So—Princeton University’s admissions staff hacked into Yale University’s application files to get access to personal information about Yale applicants. This unlikely event brings to mind the comprehensiveness of application files—a veritable one-stop-shop for those interested in applicants’ personal information. Just … Continue reading

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