Feb 242022
 February 24, 2022  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Seen at The Rutherford Institute:

FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA, February 17— A Virginia public school system has announced its plan to adopt what has been likened to a precrime surveillance program in order to monitor and deter social media threats, hate speech, bullying and harassment by students. Pointing out that the social media monitoring program being developed and considered by Fairfax County Public Schools (“FCPS”) raises significant concerns about government surveillance and its chilling effect on the lawful speech of students, parents, and other community members, The Rutherford Institute also warned that such a program could give rise to one-size-fits-all zero tolerance policies regarding expressive activity that is misconstrued as negative, critical or hateful.

Read more at The Rutherford Institute.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

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