We’ve just totally thrown “innocent until proven guilty” out the window, haven’t we?

Greg Piper at The College Fix has the story:

Create a database of alleged rapists to make campus safer, group recommends

This sounds like another attempt at a “Hyde Park List.”

Vivian Nunez at the liberal student organization Generation Progress, noting that research suggests most reported campus sexual assaults are by serial offenders, wants to start keeping tabs on any student accused of sexual assault:

The benefits of keeping a record of alleged attackers, even if it’s internally and information that is only made available to survivors of sexual assault, could help curb the rise of alleged serial attackers, or of individuals who would then go on to perform another crime.

Such a repository of information about students who have been accused of attacks – but not found guilty – could be an attractive target for hackers, but Nunez doesn’t address security.