Academeblog now posts a letter from Napolitano to UC Faculty:
Dear Colleagues: ORIGINAL POST
At Berkeley A New Digital Privacy Protest by Steve Lohr
(and this, her latest book review there:
Janet Napolitano Reviews Peter Bergen's new book, are book reviews considered key items on bio-bibs?)
One might want to note: She is a member of UC Berkeley faculty through GSPP, does that mean she has certain responsibilities there at Berkeley re: disclosure to other UC Berkeley faculty on that UCOP new implementation discussed in the story at the top? Any additional responsibilities she has to Cal to fellow Berkeley faculty? --rather than if she was just holding the position at UCOP? (Didn't Yudof, Dynes etc wait until after their UCOP presidency to become UC Berkeley faculty after being President, or? If so, is there a particular reason for waiting to do so?
University of California: campus monitoring concerns raised
New system that has ability to monitor emails and use of computer networks on campus raises eyebrows
"As to the secrecy, Montiel added: "We try our best to avoid broadcasting sensitive security and legal matters. It's good common sense, and we want to avoid giving a road map for potential attacks on our network. UC policies are very clear that network security is a basic feature. Now that steps are under way to expand network security efforts for a longer horizon, briefings were scheduled, including one planned at UC Berkeley for the middle of next week.""