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Either someone from the main group didn't like what they saw after they joined and reported it to Harvard or Harvard deliberately infiltrated the groups, which would be surprising.

Something that isn't obvious is that once someone is added to a group then they can see everything that was shared and who shared it, unless it was deleted.

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