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Export Controls

By James S. Mcguire

STANFORD, Calif.--The faculty senate at Stanford University recently adopted a resolution opposing the application of federal export controls to academic activities.

The senate said the export regulations "should not be interpreted to restrict any scholar's access to information on a campus where classified research does not take place." The Chronicle of Higher Education reported last week.

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