Student-created app violates school policies, officials say

04/29/2012 | Tribune (San Luis Obispo, Calif.), The

A mobile application created by student Johnny Hammerlund, a senior at Morro Bay High School in California, violates the school district's technology-use policies, school officials say. Hammerlund initially offered the app for free, but officials objected when he started marketing a paid version. The app -- designed for students -- streamlines public information from the school's website, but attempts to profit from the use of public resources, officials say.

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