Several Florida State football players went to Twitter last week expressing concern about the administration’s dissemination of information to the players and their parents. Immediately, the issue of transparency and a question of trust arose. And just as quickly, the media and fans – who, like me, don’t know jack about privacy laws – reacted with opinions that amplified a national drama.
So, what’s going on?
I’ll quote Paul Newman, from the movie Cool Hand Luke, who so famously said, “What we have here is a failure to communicate.” (Editor's note: I . . .
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