Calif. students are asked to sign social media pledge

High-school athletes and club members in a California school district are being asked to sign a social media contract in an effort to curb cyberbullying. Those who sign the contract are agreeing not to post information online that is demeaning, profane or sexual in nature, and not to support such posts by liking them on Facebook or re-tweeting them on Twitter. The contracts, which were issued when school began last month, have drawn criticism from some students who say their free-speech rights are being diminished.

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