>university signs all 30k+ students up for some networking website
>automatically opted-in, have to manually opt-out
>default setting shows every single person's home address
>alright class today i'm going to show you how to create a shared folder on a network drive
CS101 was fucking hell, i'm so glad i dropped out
then i thought of something
>folders in .../teachers/name/studentName
>go back to teachers, can see every students homework assignment
>go back one more folder for shits and giggles
>social security numbers and financial information for all the students
>literally everything but grades
also got all the IPs for all the schools printers, was fun printing spooky shit on random printers.
someone left their drivers license on a scanner, got that too lol
>he doesn't have a job that requires phonebooks and other data scraping sites to remove your info for safety reasons
there's a reason I wasn't thrilled to find out they signed me up and plastered my info out there
Time and time again, a stupid post is accompanied invariably with a pepe. Isn't it time to abandon the antiquated notion, steeped more in sympathy rather then logic, that all memes are equal? It may not be politically correct in today's climate to say so, but I stand by my assertion. Some memes are danker then others.
You know, I have to wonder if the university actually requested from their students at admission the right to disclose that sort of information to third parties. Because if they didn't, I'd say that's grounds for a lawsuit.
Possibly has some sort of security clearance, and his employers don't want anyone trying to rubber hose some answers out of him.
At my university they're literally not allowed to have that due to local data protection laws.
Our course registration and study tracking system for instance doesn't even give teachers access to registered students' email addresses, only their names. Because of this we have a secondary system for sharing course slides, handing out and then in course assignments and general announcements. However this system doesn't allow teachers access to students' email addresses ether meaning that at the start of every course we have to pass around a piece of paper where we sign our names and email addresses so that the lecturer can contact us about stuff like changed lecture times, classes or if lectures aren't going to be held for one reason or another.
I've literally not been banned for posting lewd loli as long as it's good. I posted a futa loli by accident and only then I got banned
If i was still enrolled in that shitfest (Rasmussen in Florida) i would take a screenshot
couldn't access it from wifi, but if you used a computer in the library they were all authorized to read anything on the shared drives, which is where the financial department and everyone else stored shit.
It was pretty fucking retarded, i'm sorry you don't believe me.
First day of CS101 the teacher walked us through how to create a folder on the desktop, and explained in an hour of detail, what we just did.
They handled a lot of things at that school in the most inane way possible.
>200 computers on network
>sysadmin still had to come around to each computer to do windows updates and the like manually
Like fucking seriously the guy couldn't setup a network properly.
You literally couldn't call in for tech support on a day a java or flash update went live.
Ugh. I know that pain.
>go to large, private, expensive uni for graduate studies
>11,000 computers on campus with about 3500 available to students
>mix of OSs ranging from windows ME to OSX9 to Kali and slackware
>no network login on any computer, all local accounts