Ann Marie Banfield: The protections New Hampshire put in place to protect children’s privacy are at risk of being removed for testing vendors’ convenience.
Cheri Kiesecker: Before you put out the welcome mat and assume ‘Home Visits are great; it is helping kids’… Please consider this: What is the trade off?
If President Donald Trump does not veto The Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act (FEPA) (H.R. 4174) (S 2046) by January 12 it becomes law.
Tucker Carlson and Michelle Malkin discuss big tech’s infiltration into schools, the data mining that occurs, and what isn’t being done about it.
SecurityScorecard, a New York City-based IT security company, said that the education industry is the worst at cybersecurity compared to 17 major industries.
The Attorney General should call a halt to educational data mining activities, and force compliance with all privacy laws for the protection of our children in New Hampshire.
NetRef allows teachers to restrict what students access online, but also allows local schools to monitor the “real time internet activity” of students.
JaKell Sullivan: Intel helped draft a federal privacy bil, but there is ample evidence that what Intel wants is data interoperability, not data privacy.
Online data, whether it is employee data or student data, is not 100 percent safe which is why schools should be extremely limited in what they store online.
Mary Byrne and Cheri Kiesecker: Invisible analytics, profiling, sharing or selling of data collected without consent or knowledge makes every Internet user vulnerable.