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(KSL News) -- Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management was recently caught in the middle of a pornography battle because of it's name.
During an anti-pornography campaign aimed at the Marriott hotel chain, several family organizations asked members to send loads of e-mail messages to executives with the chain, asking them to stop offering adult movies in its hotel rooms.
But thousands of those emails mistakenly ended up being sent to three BYU email addresses, including the Dean of the Marriott School of Business, who had to delete an estimated eight-thousand messages alone.