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Bill could spell end to secret student social media monitoring

posted Sep 2, 2014, 8:36 AM by gjones@modoccoe.k12.ca.us

Some school districts in California are paying third-party companies to monitor and save students social media posts.

A concern is raised because many of these social media posts, including pictures, are stored long term by the third-party companies and parents are not aware.

Now a bill, AB 1442, that would put a stop to the long-term storage of the student’s data has passed the legislature and is now on the governor’s desk.

Read entire article HERE.