Concerns over student data privacy widespread among Americans
from THE Journal
A new national poll recently released shows that the vast majority of Americans have concerns about student data privacy and the potential use of such data for commercial purposes. In a survey of 800 adults conducted by the Benenson Strategy Group for nonprofit Common Sense Media, 89 percent of respondents indicated they are "very or somewhat concerned about advertisers using kids' personal data to market to them."
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