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Student Privacy Issues and Technology Addressed in Three New Bills - UPDATED

October 2014 Number 78 Three new bills intended to protect students in cyberspace recently became law, including a bill that affects how

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The FCC Moves to Modernize its E-Rate Program and Increase Funding for Wi-Fi in Schools and Public Libraries

July 2014 Number 41 The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently approved a plan to modernize its E-rate program.

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Supreme Court to Law Enforcement: No Warrant, No Cell Phone Search!

July 2014 Number 36 The United States Supreme Court has concluded that a police officer may not search an arrested person's cell phone data without first obtaining

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Staying Well Grounded While Computing in the Clouds

July 2014 Number 32 Before leaping into the technology cloud, taking a moment to look for the legal pitfalls really pays off.

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California Appellate Court Rules that Public Records Act Does Not Apply to Electronic Communications Sent on Personal Devices to Personal Accounts

April 2014 Number 21 What happens when elected officials and government employees communicate using their personal electronic devices and private accounts?

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U.S. Department of Education Issues Guidance Regarding Maintaining Student Privacy While Using Online Educational Services

March 2014 Number 18 On February 25, 2014, the United States Department of Education's Privacy Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) published guidance regarding

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