Law could protect online privacy of high-school students, others

09/30/2009 | eSchool News (free registration)

Congress is considering changes to online-privacy laws that could affect high-school and college students, who are most likely to share personal information on social-networking sites and other areas. Lawmakers are considering a bill that would force Web sites to reveal what information is being gathered about consumers and how that information will be used.

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