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Yale Expresses Outrage at NYPD Monitoring of Muslim Students

Yale University President Richard Levin expressed outrage over revelations that the New York Police Department used cyber surveillance and other tactics to monitor Muslim student associations throughout the Northeast.

The report from the Associated Press, outlined surveillance dating back to 2006-2007 of Muslim students, part of a larger effort to build databases of where Muslims lived, prayed and shopped, according to the news service.