Aug 142014
 August 14, 2014  Laws, Non-U.S., Youth & Schools

Always interesting to read how parents in other countries are attempting to protect student privacy. This story is out of Malta:

The Association of Parents of Children in Church Schools (APCCS) has presented a Letter of Complaint – signed by over 2000 parents and legal guardians of minors, currently attending educational institutions in Malta and Gozo – to the Information and Data Protection Commissioner, in which it expressed its concerns on the transferring and processing of student data.

In March of this year, a legal notice was issued which granted the Education Minister – presently occupied by Evarist Bartolo – the right to access data on students for research purposes.

Read more on Malta Today

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