Privacy for diploma-mill grads

Nurses, engineers and government managers with diploma-mill degrees may put the public at risk, but the Department of Justice won’t release their names.

Operators of a Spokane diploma mill are heading to federal prison, while senior Justice Department officials say they are going to keep secret the names of the 10,815 buyers who used the bogus and counterfeit degrees to get jobs, promotions and enhanced retirements.

It’s a matter of “policy.”

Stupid policy, opines FOI FYI.

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  1. Walter E. Wallis says:

    I made up an impressive membership in the Oglala Yacht Club. Everyone with a computer and graphics program needs at least one impressive degree or license on the cubicle wall.