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 February 23, 2018  Posted by  Business, Youth & Schools

Patience Wait reports:

In December, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission hosted a workshop on student privacy and edtech in Washington, D.C. During one panel, Priscilla Regan, a professor at George Mason University — who has been writing about privacy policy since the late 1970s — set the framework for discussion by identifying six broad concerns that together comprise the facets of the student privacy discussion……  The big six, according to Regan:

  • Organizational information privacy concerns
  • Anonymity
  • Surveillance and tracking
  • Autonomy
  • Bias, discrimination and due process
  • Data ownership

Read more about these concerns on EdScoop.

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