November 26, 2015

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Illinois Law Lets Schools Request Students’ Social Media Passwords


This January, a law to target cyberbullying went into effect in Illinois allowing schools and colleges to request students’ social media passwords. The law raises serious questions about student privacy and school policies regarding students’ social media activity.

New COPPA Proposals Raise Privacy Concerns


New rules proposed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) designed to protect minors in the digital age are leaving some concerned that its intentions could do more harm than good.