Other Resources for Children’s Privacy
May 12, 2017 | SafeGov
SafeGov Boston Parents Survey: Views on technology in the classroom from Boston’s parents
This survey of parents with school age children in Boston conducted between January 2015 and February 2015 shows that parents see many benefits from in school internet access, with more than 80 percent stating that in-school internet access helps students develop the necessary skills to gain employment and participate in the global economy. However, a majority of parents […]
May 12, 2017 | National Conference of State Legislatures
Protecting Student Privacy in a Networked World
This report explains how that the best approach to establishing trusted online learning environments is to have all stakeholders—including learning professionals, civic officials, local associations, parents, teachers, students and businesses—collaborate in setting local, state and/or national student privacy standards.
May 11, 2017 | World Privacy Forum
Student Privacy 101: Health Privacy in Schools – What Law Applies?
Whether your records are covered under HIPAA or FERPA — or in some cases are not covered under any law — can be a challenging question to answer in some instances. Here are some basics to guide you through the most important parts of what information is covered by what law, when, and where.
May 11, 2017 | Journal of Law & Education
Please Don’t Tell My Mom! A Minor’s Right to Informational Privacy
This Article argues for a new and improved approach to adolescents informational privacy rights concerning matters of sexuality, such as minors’ exploration of sexual identity and minors’ access to sex-related health care. Departing from existing case law and scholarly commentary, this Article contends that courts should apply strict scrutiny to cases implicating a minor’s informational […]
May 11, 2017 | Cornell University
Students, Data, and Blurred Lines: A Closer Look at Google’s Aim to Organize U.S. Youth and Student Information
To the extent that certain Internet business models such as targeted advertising may conflict with our expectations for the privacy and security of student data, the author argues that it is essential to shape these business models through appropriate regulatory intervention now, before trust in technology in the classroom is irremediably compromised. This paper will offer […]