University bans emails that ‘insult’ or ’embarrass’ people

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(THE COLLEGE FIX) — What a surprise that a university that ordered a student group to change its name in order to be recognized – and got smacked down in court for it – also has terrible written policies related to speech.

New York’s Fordham University literally prohibits mean emails, which you’d think would be experiencing a boom right now as all campus activities migrate online during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education highlights the private Jesuit school’s information technology usage policy for FIRE’s Speech Code of the Month, and it’s a doozy. Listed under “Statement of Prohibited Uses”:

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