MONTREAL — Joan Donovan’s 248-page, exhibit-laden whistleblower complaint against Harvard University is near-granular in its description of her five-year ordeal at what is arguably the world’s most prestigious university. Fundamentally, though, the story Donovan tells is one of Big Tech money undermining academic integrity, the end result of which saw her forced out of her positions by an administration she says was beholden to a company founded and run by one notable Harvard dropout: Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
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