Technology in the K-12 classroom has facilitated the sharing of student’s personal data


Schools and companies have not taken into consideration adverse data privacy effects brought about by the adoption of technology in the K-12 classroom.  A study has shown that an overwhelming majority of school-approved apps, used by K-12  students, collect personal data, which is then used in targeted advertisement campaigns.

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