So, with the new rules, you have different measures of guilt, different measures of what is covered by the rules, and different rights for the accused.
But I think there's a key point here, which is that, prior to the Obama administration, there were in fact case after case, decades, many would say, in which women who brought such accusations were ignored, particularly if the cases involved athletes or powerful individuals.
That doesn't mean that Obama got it right or that DeVos is getting it right or wrong. But there have been problems with this issue for a long time. And for much of the time, it was the people bringing charges who were ignored or mistreated.