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TODAY   |  September 18, 2013

Controversial program monitors students’ social media

A school in Glendale, Calif., has instituted a program to monitor social media activity. Although some students consider it an invasion of privacy, school officials claim the action will help prevent bullying.

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>> firm to monitor students activities on social media to be on the look out for bullying or potential suicides. many students don't like it calling it an invasion of privacy. one student said it's not the school's business to be going through our stuff.