Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Wyoming Could “Issue Broad Protections” For Students’ Social Media Accounts.

In its “Digital Education” blog, Education Week (10/2) reported Wyoming “could become one of the first states to institute broad protections for students unwilling to give school officials access to their social media accounts.” Wyoming’s bill “would make it a misdemeanor...for school officials to request a student’s personal social media name or password” in the absence of a warrant or parental permission.

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