Harvard University apologized for a subject-line search of administrators' emails on Monday, according to CNN. An email sent from Deans Michael D. Smith and Evelynn M. Hammonds explained that the search was necessary to catch who had leaked a confidential email related to Harvard's cheating scandal. The deans said the search was successful, limited to administrators' email accounts and was limited to messages' subject lines, meaning no emails were opened or read…

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