Courts are divided over online student-speech issues

02/4/2010 | Washington Post, The

Two Pennsylvania court cases offered conflicting rulings on whether students can be disciplined for Internet speech that takes place outside of school. A 3rd U.S. Circuit Court panel upheld one student's suspension for an inappropriate MySpace posting about the school's principal. However, another panel ruled in a separate case that a student who parodied his principal on MySpace could not be punished because the student made the post at home.

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