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A recent decision by the Nebraska Supreme Court provides both an interesting lesson in the law and some food for rumination on the policies and ethics that schools need to apply to their web sites.
The legal dilemma facing the justices in Shlien v. Board of Regents involved the proper application of the statute of limitations. Each state has one of these laws that limits the period of time the state can bring criminal charges or that a plaintiff has to bring a lawsuit. In each case, the clock begins to run
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