Oct 082012
 October 8, 2012  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Over on Salon, David Rosen has a lengthy article detailing the expansion of student surveillance in the U.S. A lot of it is what I’ve been blogging about for the past few years, but if you’re new to this blog, he provides a good recap of what’s going on in various states and why.

Disappointingly – and despite one assertion he makes – parents are generally NOT up in arms over these privacy-invasive techniques.  Why not? And why is there no research on the psychological and health impacts of the constant surveillance?

h/t, Sheila Kaplan

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