State senators in Wyoming last week voted to indefinitely postpone a bill that would have given students a heightened sense of digital privacy.
Wyoming student emails are exempt from public records disclosure requirements under new state law
A new Wyoming law says that emails of students in public schools and colleges — even those in the student government — are not public record and are exempt from disclosure.
Wyoming legislature kills draft proposal to exempt student emails from public records disclosure
A committee of the Wyoming Press Association, students and university officials will form recommendations on what to do with student emails under public records law.
Wyoming task force proposes to mostly exempt student emails from public records disclosure requirements
Wyoming legislators are seeking an exemption for personal student emails under the state's public records law.
University of Wyoming to release names of presidential candidates
The University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees has decided it will release the names of its presidential search finalists after a months-long fight to keep them private.
Wyoming legislators seek to void ruling making public documents related to presidential search
A state judge’s ruling last week that the University of Wyoming must make public documents containing the identities of the school’s presidential search finalists might become void if the state’s lawmakers approve newly introduced legislation.
Judge: FERPA not justification for prior restraint on Wyo. newspapers
A Wyoming judge ruled Tuesday to dissolve a temporary restrainingorder against the Wyoming Tribune Eagle and the Cheyenne Heraldthat prevented the newspapers from publishing a leaked report concerning thepresident at Laramie County Community College.
Wyoming court declares tape public record
A secret recording during a University of Wyoming meeting that led to an employee’s termination is public record even though the recording was not commissioned by the university, the state supreme court has ruled.