Thursday, April 24, 2014

Technology

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Big Brother is Watching: Surveillance Cameras in the School Setting, Authored By: Sara Clark, Date Published: 4/19/2012, Page Count: 21, Product#: 282607
This article provides an overview of the legal issues that should be considered when using surveillance cameras at school, including Fourth Amendment privacy expectations, wiretapping laws, FERPA, and collective bargaining implications.
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Blogging for Columbine: Student Online Activities and the Law, Authored By: Thomas Hutton, Date Published: 3/1/2008, Page Count: 27, Product#: 268813
After briefly reviewing the basic law as to student expression and off-campus conduct, this paper touches on some of the popular forms of student online expression; highlights some of the policy concerns, legal issues, and court decisions arising from student online activities that are relevant to schools; raises some countervailing considerations for education policy-makers; and concludes with some practical suggestions and considerations for school officials and attorneys. A list of additional resources is appended.
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Board Members Digital Communications, Authored By: Holly Claghorn and Ifeoma Odita, Date Published: 10/13/2011, Page Count: 24, Product#: 281003
Examine the application of public information laws to various records commonly used by board members.
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Cell Phones, Cameras and Other 21st Century Intrusions Into Learning: Legal Responses for Today's Boards and Educators, Authored By: Pickett, A. Dean and Thomas, Christopher, Date Published: 6/1/2008, Page Count: 7, Product#: 36220
The variety of new technology entering our schools and classrooms today raises legal concerns including safety, liability, privacy, and cheating.
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Cyberprivacy: Are You Protecting Yourself?, Authored By: Dorothy Bollinger, Date Published: 4/19/2012, Page Count: 5, Product#: 282615
This practical piece describes twelve cyber methods of gathering an individual’s personal information.
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Dealing with Electronic Record Nightmares for School Boards, Authored By: J.T. Tokarz, Date Published: 11/1/2007, Page Count: 19, Product#: 262094
Although this article identifies basic legal requirements to provide context, it focuses mainly on practical problems in anticipating and responding to electronic record requests. Relatively few attorneys understand where or how to look for electronic records, and even fewer know how to collect electronic records from hundreds of computers or how to efficiently produce the records that are found. This introduction won’t answer every question, but it will identify some big issues.
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Don’t Filter Me Examining the Children’s Internet Protection Act and the New Era of First Amendment Claims, Authored By: Thomas Mickes and Betsey Helfrich, Date Published: 10/11/2012, Page Count: 17, Product#: 283688
From the attorneys who defended the district in PFLAG v. Camdenton School District, this paper will examine CIPA and the new wave of challenges from students and website publishers who claim that the filtering of certain websites by school district Internet filters violates their First Amendment rights.
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E-Discovery Rules: The Brave New World of Ethical Obligations, Authored By: Nancy Fredman Krent and Anthony J. Loizzi, Date Published: 5/1/2007, Page Count: 14, Product#: 262072
As a result of new technology, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) have been amended to cover an entire new realm, “e-discovery.” The e-discovery rules place new obligations on school attorneys; or rather, they place new twists on old obligations. This article explores the ethical issues facing school lawyers in the context of “e-discovery.” First, this article examines the ethical implications of the new federal e-discovery rules themselves. Second, the article reviews ethical issues concerning metadata (“data about data,” e.g., document history). Finally, the article considers the ethical issues involved when an attorney is called upon to be a witness for or against a client, possibly in the context of an action involving a client’s failure to preserve electronic data properly.
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Education Law Cases 2007–2008, Authored By: Thomas Burns, Date Published: 10/23/2008, Page Count: 143, Product#: 270357
This is a compilation of summaries of selected education law cases for the period August 2007 through July 2008. Presented in topical format, this publication includes cases from the U.S. Supreme Court, federal appellate and district courts, and state supreme, appellate, and trail courts. Case summaries are grouped by court under broad topics such as employment and labor, student rights and discipline, and religion. Topical and alphabetical tables of cases are provided to assist the reader in finding particular cases.
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Ethical Lawyering in the Digital Age, Authored By: David Rubin, Date Published: 4/8/2011, Page Count: 16, Product#: 279584
Computer technology and digital communication have greatly transformed the legal profession in recent years. Examine how the ethics rules are being reshaped to keep pace with the digital age, without sacrificing the time-honored values they were designed to protect.
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