Feb 042016
 February 4, 2016  Posted by  Business, Featured News, U.S., Youth & Schools

There’s a new blog by Bill Fitzgerald  that you should bookmark if you’re interested in EdTech and student privacy and data security.

The Privacy Evaluation Initiative is focused on building a system that evaluates the privacy policies, legal terms, and basic infosec practice of commonly used EdTech apps to help districts, schools and teachers make better decisions about the applications they use with students.

The information shared in this privacy space blends resources describing the project, status updates on the project, and descriptions of different ways people can get involved. We will also share stories, tools, tips, and analysis of various privacy related issues.

Read more about the Privacy Evaluation Initiative on graphite.org/privacy. You can follow Bill on Twitter @FunnyMonkey.

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