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Daily Dashboard | ACLU: Increasing student surveillance is no solution Related reading: California assembly committee initiates CCPA clarifications

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In a blog post for the American Civil Liberties Union, Senior Advocacy and Policy Counsel Chad Marlow writes that the call for more school surveillance in the recently released Principles for School Safety, Privacy, & Equity will not help but ultimately hurt efforts to improve safety. "While the document sets forth some valuable standards, it also inadvertently provides cover for lawmakers and school officials to adopt student surveillance and policing measures that — contrary to the title of the document — undermine student safety, privacy, and equity," Marlow writes. The surveillance principle, according to Marlow, lacks any evidence that students benefit from increased monitoring while it "fails to recognize that every surveillance effort has deleterious unintended effects on the rights and liberties of the surveilled."
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