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Cyberlaw: Maximizing Safety and Minimizing Risk in Classrooms

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Aimee Bissonette

on 11 March 2010

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Transcript of Cyberlaw: Maximizing Safety and Minimizing Risk in Classrooms

CYBERBULLYING STUDENT USE OF THE INTERNET STAFF/TEACHER USE OF THE INTERNET PRIVACY & SECURITY THE SCHOOL AS AN INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER COPYRIGHT IN THE CLASSROOM POLICIES, PROCEDURES, CONTRACTS ETHICAL ISSUES LOOKING AHEAD it's different than old school bullying schools can be held liable it's tricky . . . when to intervene Watch out! Free speech zone! What they say and where they are when they say it really matters lots of public scrutiny here and don't forget about the data practices act and ethical rules and privacy settings! FERPA CIPA student self disclosure www.pleaserobme.com www.chatroulette.com AUP's Filtering Security and negligence claims Fair Use Creative Commons LOR's OCW thinkfinity free and open source software subscription services AUP's technology specific policies zero tolerance? age specific Educate the school community fence the pool, but teach 'em to swim ah!!!! Internet anonymity character is what you are in the dark build solutions educate the whole school community don't leave it to the legislators, y'all
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