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Who Should Have Access to Student Records?

Education data can be useful, but privacy experts are concerned about data misuse. By Jason Koebler January 19, 2012 Since “No Child Left Behind” was passed 10 years ago, states have been required to ramp up the amount of data they collect about individual students, teachers, and schools. Personal information, …

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Supreme Court says search warrants needed when police use GPS devices to track suspects

By Associated Press, Updated: Monday, January 23, 10:02 AM WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that police must get a search warrant before using GPS technology to track criminal suspects. The GPS device helped authorities link Washington, D.C., nightclub owner Antoine Jones to a suburban house used to …

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WE READ THE MEGAUPLOAD INDICTMENT PAPERS SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO

In less than 24 hours, Megaupload has gone from the world’s largest broadcaster of pirated material to the most interesting criminal case in US digital law. Megaupload’s seizure came just a few hours after the news broke that its CEO was Swizz fucking Beatz, leaving the world’s head spinning as …

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When It Comes to Cell Phone Privacy, You’re an Open Book

By BRUCE WATSON Few people would willingly carry around a device that tracks their movements, records their conversations, and keeps tabs on all the people they talk to. But, according to documents recently released by the American Civil Liberties Union, cell phone companies are doing all of that — and …

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HACKERS RETALIATE

Vocal critics of the U.S. Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA, and Protect IP Act (PIPA), quickly showed their opposition to the shutdown of Megaupload.com, with hackers attacking the public websites of the Justice Department, the world’s largest music company Universal Music, and the two big trade groups that represent …

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*** UPDATED x8 – Dold opposes – Manzullo opposes – Biggert opposes – Quigley straddles – Schakowsky opposes – Walsh opposes – Hultgren opposes – Kinzinger also opposes *** Kirk announces PIPA/SOPA opposition

Wednesday, Jan 18, 2012 * As you can tell by the black banner at the top of this page, today is a national day of protest over stupid attempts by Congress to dangerously meddle with the 1st Amendment and the Internet’s functioning. Click here for more info about the legislation. …

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Ron Paul vs the rest

Patrick Henningsen Infowars.com January 18, 2012 There is a sea change happening now in 2012, as Americans reject en mass a tired neoconservative mantra, one which has brought the Republic to its knees. Globalist operators like William Kristol are fading, as their flawed ideologies become replaced by emerging revolutionaries. Only …

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Ron Paul Has Won: Young People Engage With Liberty, Limited Government, Sound Money, Anti-War Principles

The next generation of leaders in America are Ron Paul fans Steve Watson Infowars.com January 12, 2012 When Congressman Ron Paul embarked on a third Presidential campaign he did so with one over riding aim – to engage the next generation of Americans and provide them with the platform to restore the …

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Obama: ‘Everything that we fought for is now at stake in this election’

Trying to jump-start his re-election with hometown fund-raisers and rallies, President Barack Obama told 500 cheering fans Wednesday, “Everything that we fought for is now at stake in this election.” He repeated the message at more intimate gatherings in private homes in Lake View and Kenwood. He fired up the …

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Polishing the Apple: 5 Inventions That Revolutionized Education

As we are in the modern age of invention, it’s safe to assume that technology will continue to change the classroom experience. Do you want to utilize technology to improve your classroom today? Homewo allows teachers to create easy-to-use classroom websites to post homework assignments online, automatically inform parents and students of …

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Ron Paul only one criticizing President Obama for signing the recent Defense Authorization Act

In his speech, Paul hit his marks, talking about withdrawing from Afghanistan, shrinking the size of the federal government, warning about the invasion of personal privacy on the Internet, and criticizing President Obama for signing the recent Defense Authorization Act, which, he said, could lead to the indefinite detention of …

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Using Technology in the Classroom

One of the most popular buzz phrases used in education the last decade or so is “technology.” Teachers are being pushed to use technology to enhance instruction, but how exactly does one do that? Furthermore, does technology always enhance instruction, or are there times when it detracts? A wise friend …

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