Two unnamed University of Oregon employees have been put on leave after 22,000 pages of electronic records were released from the president's office. Interim President Scott Coltrane claims the release was unlawful.
The information was requested by an unidentified professor and released without being inspected to meet state and federal privacy laws.
The documents include confidential information and correspondence between the university's last four presidents and parents, students and faculty.
Tobin Klinger is a UO spokesman: