Ohio University Closes Door on Breach Saga With $90,000 Settlement

Steve Kolowich reports:

Ohio University has settled a lawsuit with two former information-technology administrators, paying them a total of $90,000 because the university improperly failed to disclose some records related to an investigation of a data breach three years ago. Thus concludes a saga fraught with litigation, finger-pointing, and the perils of technology.

Read more in The Chronicle of Higher Education, where you’ll learn that the attorneys got the bulk of the settlement.

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