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Indiana University officials say a tool designed to help university staff access student grade point averages was unintentionally made available to the entire IU community.

Spokesperson Chuck Carney told media outlets the tool was immediately disabled once the ability to access all enrolled students’ GPAs was made known to IU officials; however, “The Indiana Daily Student” reported that more than 100,000 current and former student GPAs were exposed.

No other information was made available beyond GPAs, but the data breach could be a violation of privacy laws.

It’s been a rather big week for Indiana University in terms of bad press. The Bloomington college caught the attention of “The Daily Mail” for an event held on the university campus that promoted BDSM safety and overall sex health education after a conservative student shared a video of the event that he claimed was ‘promoting sexual violence.’

The Chicks on the Right and Producer Rob have more on Indiana University’s big week in today’s Speedround. Plus, the producer formerly known as “Brian Baker” drops by to the delight of no one.