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An update to Illinois’ Student Online Personal Protection Act will enable parents to review and correct their child’s data that is held by schools or affiliated online services and request its removal in some instances, WSIU Public Broadcasting reports. Under the act, school districts will annually publish affiliated companies, the student data disclosed to them and why, and must meet timeline requirements for notifying parents of a data breach. The law takes effect this year.
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