May 5, 2016 Laws, U.S., Youth & Schools
Joey Bunch reports:
A bill to protect students’ online privacy while they are doing their school work is on its way to the governor’s desk to be signed into law.
The Colorado House gave it final passage Thursday with a 65-0 vote. House Bill 1423 would prevent educational software and app makers from collecting any data that can be linked directly back to an individual student.
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