Oct 182015
 October 18, 2015  Posted by  Laws, U.S., Youth & Schools

Rich Lord reports:

The homework assignments, essays, musings and instant messages today’s students are entering into educational websites and applications would be subject to new data privacy standards under legislation introduced today in Harrisburg.

State Rep. Dan Miller, D-Mt. Lebanon, and Tedd Nesbit, R-Grove City, have introduced two-bills that would stop short of outlawing controversial data practices, but would require that districts inform parents if they use technology that doesn’t meet the standards, and allow students to opt out.

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