Digital Citizenship Tip of the Week – 1/13/2015


Yesterday morning, President Obama proposed the Student Data Privacy Act, which will prohibit technology firms from profiting from information collected in schools as teachers adopt tablets, online services and Internet-collected software.  With the help of Common Sense Media CEO, Jim Steyer, California was the first state to enact the SOPIPA Law, which largely prohibits companies from collecting student information for advertising and marketing.

With students privacy in mind, we would like to guide you to learn more about your kids privacy settings as well as your own privacy settings for your computer and smartphone.  Check out the guide, based on age, to find the best place to go to protect yourself and your computer against privacy invasions.

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