Italy says no to cell phones in schools

03/19/2007 | Cellular-News.com (U.K.)

Citing the use of camera phones to share video of attacks on students and teachers, the Italian government has banned the use of mobile phones on school grounds. Under the new law, students using cell phones at school could risk everything from having their phone confiscated to being prevented from taking exams.

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