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 July 11, 2019  Posted by  Featured News, Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Katya Schwenk reports:

Florida is amassing student data from social media, law enforcement, and school districts across the state for a database set to launch August 1 — an unprecedented initiative to prevent school gun violence. But civil rights advocacy groups say the database will put students at risk.

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Florida is amassing student data from social media, law enforcement, and school districts across the state for a database set to launch August 1 — an unprecedented initiative to prevent school gun violence. But civil rights advocacy groups say the database will put students at risk.

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