Kids Should Have Privacy in Education

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Dipayan Ghosh and Jim Steyer wrote an opinion piece for The New York Times about how kids need privacy in education.

…policymakers must intervene specifically to protect the most precious and vulnerable people in our society: children. Their behavioral data is continuously suctioned up by technology firms through tablets, smartphones and computers and is at risk of being misused.

Kids are the most vulnerable among us, and if they can’t get privacy and protection from advertising corporations, who can?

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