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A Parents’ Guide to Student Data Privacy
ConnectSafely is proud to announce its release of ‘A Parents’ Guide to Student Data Privacy’ in partnership with the Future of Privacy Forum and the National PTA.
The guide answers the following and more:
- Who has access to personal information about my child?
- What is COPPA and when does it apply to information from students?
- When do I have the choice to “opt out” of my child’s information being shared?
The guide is available here. ConnectSafely’s Guide resource center is here.