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Brian Krebs writes...
\"The Senate on Thursday approved legislation that would require schools to get parental consent before collecting personal information from students for commercial use. The Student Privacy Protection Act requires schools to give parents notification of potential data collection within schools by corporations or other groups, and calls for disclosure of how the information will be used, to whom it will be given and how much class time any information gathering would take. Schools also would be required to notify parents of changes to their policies. [more...] from NewsBytes.