Internet Gaming Addiction is named an official disorder. So now what? Parents, learn what this means about screen time and your child.

The World Health Organization, (WHO) just classified "gaming disorder" as a mental health condition. This WHO announcement comes on the heels of the American Academy of Pediatrics considering Internet Gaming Disorder…
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Unicorns, brain scans, mind tracking, and behavioral data? Oh my. President Trump is Reviewing FERPA, HIPPA, and Replacing Student Privacy Chief--what does this mean for edtech Unicorns and for students?

Project Unicorn Partners presented on Brain Scanning, Data Interoperability, and Student Behavior at 2018 The annual edtech fest was held March 5-8, 2018. is where education software companies come to…
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Student Privacy and Edtech workshop hosted by US Dept of Ed and FTC. The Videos, Some Excerpts, Concerns, and a Publication calling for More Money.

During a recent workshop on student privacy and security, the US Department of Education's Chief Privacy Officer, Kathleen Styles, said she wants to hear from parents, wants to know what is happening…
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Data breaches, cyber hacks and ransom notes…in Schools. Who is legally liable for k-12 student data privacy and security?

K-12 students and parents are hostage to the data overlords. No, I mean really,  hostage, in every sense.  As Natasha Singer points out here  and here, "BigData" and edtech have taken over…
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