The developer of online games and apps will pay $650,000 to settle a complaint of privacy violations brought by the FTC.
District officials have been slow to recognize threats from hacking and other cyber threats, and relatively few have placed requirements on vendors for data security.
An FCC commissioner critical of the agencies’ proposed memorandum of understanding blasts it as a “confusing, lackluster, reactionary afterthought” that will not safeguard the public.
A Florida school district is looking for a centralized platform to host a variety of academic information, and a Connecticut system needs anti-virus software.
All states have now submitted their ESSA accountability plans and their details provide direction on where market demands and opportunities are likely to emerge.
Ed-tech companies should solicit input from students and families, and clearly and prominently display their data-privacy policies, one parent advocate argues.
What will K-12 look like as the school year unfolds and beyond? A Futuresource Consulting market analyst outlines 10 key trends to watch based on its research.
The rapid evolution of the use of algorithms and adaptive technology in schools raises big questions about the assumptions built into machine-learning.
Many prominent tech companies are urging their users to oppose FCC efforts to weaken “net neutrality” protections.
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University interviewed six startup companies about data privacy and found that they believed investors lacked “meaningful interest” in the issue.