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Common image privacy traps for schools

As an educator, you’re responsible for a great deal of information about the students in your care, from contact and demographic details to information about their religious affiliation or sexuality. This can affect everything from a student’s support needs and ...

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Kids gone viral: perks, perils and social media policy

Emoticon. Webinar. Sexting. Digital technology is no stranger to wacky portmanteaus. A recent one is ‘sharenting’, which is the practice of parents or caregivers posting pictures of children to social media. This once-carefree activity, which acting Children’s eSafety Commissioner Andree Wright describes ...

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