Jan 082013
 January 8, 2013  Posted by  Online, Youth & Schools

Dan Solove writes:

recently-released Brunswick Insight survey of parental attitudes about student privacy online is quite revealing. The survey involved more than 1000 American adults with children in grades 1-12, and it was done in August 2012. Overall, the survey revealed that parents are very concerned about their students’ online privacy, especially the tracking of their activities and marketing based on behavioral data.

Parents were generally not aware that their children are subjected to online tracking in schools. Nearly half had heard nothing about it.

Read more on SafeGov.org.

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