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Minnesota passed a student privacy bill governing educational data. The bill, effective for the 2022-23 school year and beyond, states technology providers do not own any educational data created, obtained or shared through a contract with an educational institution; cannot use the data for any commercial purpose, including marketing or advertising; and cannot access or monitor a device’s location-tracking feature, audio or visual recordings and web-browsing activity. The bill also states parents must be notified of any curriculum, testing or assessment affecting a student’s educational data.
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