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New Student Privacy Law Won't Extend to College Students

This week it was announced that the Student Digital Privacy and Parental Rights Act, which will soon be introduced to Congress for consideration, will not extend to college students. The bill is designed to restrict ways in which educational technology companies can use the data of K-12 students. Ed tech companies have an interest in that … Continue reading "New Student Privacy Law Won’t Extend to College Students"
25 Mar 2015
Andrew Cullison

New Privacy Battle Between Tech Companies and the Feds

In the wake of Edward Snowden’s leak about the NSA surveillance programs, tech companies have been quick to respond to consumer concerns about the privacy of their data. Google and Apple are starting to roll out new privacy protections that encrypt consumer information on the phone. In some cases, these encryptions are so well done that even … Continue reading "New Privacy Battle Between Tech Companies and the Feds"