Virginia Tech report cites privacy law problems

Thursday, 14 June 2007, 2:22 PM EST

Complicated privacy laws have left education, health care, and law enforcement officials confused about what they can legally tell one another concerning dangerous and mentally ill people, and that confusion has limited the ability of these officials to prevent the kind of violence that occurred at Virginia Tech, according to a federal report released today.

At The New York Times.

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