Report: Michigan State Spent $500,000 To Keep Tabs On Nassar Victims, Journalists

Michigan State University spent more than $500,000 to keep tabs on the online activities of former Olympic doctor Larry Nassar’s victims and journalists covering the case, according to the Lansing State Journal.

The public-relations company Weber Shandwick billed the university $517,343 for more than 1,440 hours of work tracking social media in the month of January, the Journal reports.

Michigan State’s Office of Communication and Brand Strategy monitored social media and news media activity involving the Nassar case previously and concurrently with Weber Shandwick, the newspaper notes.

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