Dec 172013
 December 17, 2013  Posted by  Featured News, Youth & Schools

Daniel Solove writes:

Fordham School of Law’s Center on Law and Information Policy (CLIP), headed by Joel Reidenberg, has released an eye-opening and sobering study of how public schools are handling privacy issues with regard to cloud computing. The study is called Privacy and Cloud Computing in Public Schools, and it is well worth a read.

Context: Education Privacy

What’s the greatest threat to children’s privacy? Social media sites? Search engines? Children’s sites?

The answer, in my opinion, is none of the above. The greatest threat to children’s privacy is schools.

When it comes to privacy issues, schools are in the Dark Ages. I cannot think of any other industry that is so far behind.

To which I say, “hear, hear!”

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