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 October 1, 2019  Posted by  Business, Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

A few days ago, I posted a news story about a school district using “Gaggle.” Not surprisingly, Joe Cadillic has something to say on the topic of student surveillance:

“I don’t think it interferes with free speech. I think it is just like any other employer’s authority to monitor their network,” School board member Eliot Mitchell, 3rd District, an IT executive at a computer systems company said.
When faculty and law enforcement start viewing themselves as employers and students as employees, is it any wonder their free speech is in jeopardy?
Read his commentary on MassPrivateI.

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