May 272011
 May 27, 2011  Posted by  Business, Youth & Schools

U.S. representatives Ed Markey and Joe Barton will ask the College Board, owner of the SAT college entrance exam, for details on how it collects and stores data from students as the government seeks to bolster teen privacy laws.

Markey, a Massachusetts Democrat, and Barton, a Republican from Texas, will request the same information from College Board competitor ACT Inc., including disclosure and privacy policies, in letters to the nonprofit organizations later today, Giselle Barry, a spokeswoman for Markey, said late yesterday.

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