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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Personal information has been a part of the MIT directory "since the paper era," said Christopher D. Aakre, a fifth-year PhD student in the biology department and Graduate Student Council (GSC) secretary.

This email was an effort to "make graduate students aware of what information was being disclosed in the on-line directory," said Aakre in an interview with The Tech, and "encourage grad students to submit a request for repression if they felt it necessary."
Aakre and other members of the Graduate Student Council (GSC) decided that this issue deserved more attention. They sent out a poll via email asking graduate students in the biology department how they felt about specific pieces of their personal information being publicly available.
Of the 112 biology graduate students who responded, a majority of graduate students thought that their email addresses, office phone numbers, and office addresses should be public, and that their personal phone numbers and home addresses should be private.
Aakre said, "The poll was more just to get a pulse on what graduate students thought," adding that it was only given to students in the Biology Department, and therefore does not represent the entire graduate student population.
Aakre and his colleagues presented the survey data and their perspectives on this issue to the MIT administration, whom he said were "incredibly collaborative and willing to work with us. He added that additional polling was not needed to bring relevance to this issue.
Aakre said that he received positive feedback from graduate students, some of whom "had personally suffered harassment as a result of this information being publicly disclosed."
"I think this is information that most people are comfortable sharing with the public; it's your professional contact information," said Aakre.

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