N.C. law protects teachers from students' online speech

12/2/2012 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

In North Carolina, a new law that took effect Dec. 1 makes it a misdemeanor for students to harass teachers online or commit certain other online offenses against school employees. The ACLU of North Carolina, however, is speaking out against the law and pledging to help represent any students charged under the new law, believed to be the first such law in the U.S. enacted against students.

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