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.
Mary Byrne and Cheri Kiesecker: Invisible analytics, profiling, sharing or selling of data collected without consent or knowledge makes every Internet user vulnerable.
Shane Vander Hart: Education Week published an article this week about how Google has taken over the classroom over the last five years. This raises student data privacy concerns.
An encounter with Google Pizza provides a great example of why Congress should reject any bill that creates a national data clearinghouse.
Current online data privacy legislation is a ruse protecting very little and makes vulnerable some of the most private characteristics of our children.