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The full story is in the first paragrapgh: "The College Board agreed to pay $750,000 to settle claims by New York attorney general that it violated high school students' privacy by selling personal information it collected when they took the SAT and other exams, the state said on Tuesday." Insert comment about not being able to trust even the most trusted organizations when there's money on the table. More from Newsday, Inside Higher Ed.

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