May 152014
 May 15, 2014  Posted by  Business, Laws, Youth & Schools

Natasha Singer reports:

In an effort to beef up protections for the personal details about students that schools may share with app developers and other companies, two prominent senators said on Wednesday that they intend to modernize a decades-old federal education privacy law.

Read more on NY Times.

Text of the discussion draft can be found here.  But maybe before you read it, you should read this story on data mining by Stephanie Simon over on Politico.

Update: other related articles to note (h/t, Joe Cadillic):

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