In the News: Lurking on School Sites

Cross-posted on the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center blog: https://k12cybersecure.com/. As quoted in: Moore, E.K. “The Information on School Websites Is Not as Safe as You […]

Education Websites Face Pending ‘Mark of Shame’

Cross-posted at the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center: https://k12cybersecure.com. Chrome is the most popular** browser, and later this month it will be making a change in […]

In the News: Schools Should Delete Facebook

As quoted in: Schwartz, Sarah. “Schools Choose Not to Delete Facebook Despite Data-Privacy Worries.” Education Week. 6 April 2018. A school district page or group gives Facebook […]

In the News: Potential K-12 Fallout From Facebook’s Crisis of Trust

As quoted in: Molnar, Michele. “Privacy Experts Assess Potential K-12 Fallout From Facebook’s Crisis of Trust.” Education Week. 21 March 2018. “We’ve seen schools and […]

In the News: How Educational Institutions Are Failing to Adequately Protect Student Data

As quoted in: Kontzer, Tony. “How Educational Institutions Are Failing to Adequately Protect Student Data.” RSA Conference. 28 February 2018. Cyber criminals’ increased interest in […]

In the News: On School Website Security, Privacy Practices

In the three weeks since “Tracking: EDU” officially launched, a growing number of news outlets, associations, and organizations have highlighted the findings and significance of […]

School Websites are Bad, Just Not How You Think

New Study of School Websites Reveals Widespread Online Security and Privacy Issues According to a new study released today by EdTech Strategies, Tracking: EDU – Education Agency Website […]

Ad Tracking and Education

Tracking users for the purpose of targeted advertising is the dominant business model of the the web as we know it. In exchange for free […]

The Reason for a Hiatus

Loyal readers may notice that the weekly round-up of news stories and commentary – A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News – has been on […]

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