Security

Gun Control Advocates To Stage Counterprotest At Old Dominion U

A gun rights group that plans a rally this week on Old Dominion University's campus will have some unwanted company when it gathers Tuesday on Kaufman Mall to push for less restrictive weapons policies.

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Identity Finder Offers Award-Winning Identity Protection Software Free to all UConn Students

Identity Finder, LLC today announced that it will give all 30,000 University of Connecticut students a free license of the Identity Finder Home Edition. University of Connecticut students may download the software at http://www.identityfinder.com/us/store/StudentInitiative/UCONNEDU Identity Finder's announcement comes one day after University of Connecticut officials announced that they would install Identity Finder throughout the University to protect personal data.

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Students' Financial Info Revealed On Gov't Website

The personal financial details of as many as 5,000 college students were temporarily laid bare for other students to view on the Education Department's direct loan website earlier this month, an education official testified Tuesday.

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Feds To Hear Virginia Tech Appeal In December

The U.S. Department of Education has scheduled a December hearing to take up Virginia Tech's appeal of fines it received for failing to notify campus sooner during a 2007 shooting rampage in which a student killed 32 students and faculty.

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BullGuard Announces Internet Security Suite 12

BullGuard, specialists in user-friendly PC and mobile security solutions for consumers, has announced the release of the latest version of its award-winning Internet Security suite with version 12. Building on previous success, the new edition offers a range of improvements and new key features to help streamline security for the modern user, making it one of the most comprehensive solutions on the market.

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Va. Gun-Rights Group Plans Protests At Universities

A leading state gun-rights group is organizing a series of "campus safety" demonstrations this fall to oppose Virginia university rules that would place greater limits on carrying firearms on campus.

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NYPD Infiltration Of Colleges Raises Privacy Fears

With its whitewashed bell tower, groomed lawns and Georgian-style buildings, Brooklyn College looks like a slice of Colonial Virginia dropped into modern-day New York City. But for years New York police have feared this bucolic setting might hide a sinister secret: the beginnings of a Muslim terrorist cell.

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Law School Says It Has Recovered Stolen $173,000

A Boston law school has recovered about $173,000 that a former administrator last week admitted to stealing, and has put in place safeguards to protect the institution against future thefts, according to the dean.

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UW-Madison Employees Likely To Be Banned From Carrying Guns While Working

UW-Madison employees would not be able to carry guns or other weapons while working under a policy recommendation approved by the university's Faculty Senate Monday.

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Mich. State Univ. President Decries Racist Incidents On Campus; Police Investigating

Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon condemned a string of racial incidents that have erupted on campus and will be addressed on Tuesday evening at a meeting of several student and community organizations.

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