Oct 142014
 
 October 14, 2014  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Chelsea Laskowski provides an update to a lawsuit noted previously on this blog:

A judge has reserved decision in a lawsuit over whether a Grade 6 student’s privacy was violated when school staff read the texts on his cellphone.

Court heard a teacher at Riverside Community School in Prince Albert took the 12-year-old’s phone when she caught him texting during class in March 2010.

The teacher gave the phone to the then-vice-principal, who went through the boy’s texts and found one about a car theft.

Read more on Nanaimo Daily News.

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