A humble opinion on how digital surveillance by parents can put kids at risk

A humble opinion on how digital surveillance by parents can put kids at risk

Millions of students will be relying more heavily on technology this year to access their education. The companies behind these digital platforms will accumulate massive amounts of data as a result. But what about the tools and apps parents deploy to keep their kids safe? Law professor and internet privacy expert Leah Plunkett shares her humble opinion on the drawbacks of high-tech surveillance.

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