Sep 292019
 September 29, 2019  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Kerri Bartlett reports:

After the Williamson County School District implemented a threat surveillance computer program, some parents are concerned about protecting students’ privacy.

The district recently sent out a question and answer list about the program, called Gaggle, in its recent InFocus newsletter to better inform parents about the program’s role in detecting potential threats online against students, including self-harm.

Read more on The Tennessean.

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