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Daily Dashboard | School considers MOU to grant police access to surveillance footage Related reading: Australia and Chinese Taipei join APEC's Cross-Border Privacy Rules System

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Santa Fe Public Schools are considering entering a memorandum of understanding with law enforcement to allow police access to campus surveillance cameras during emergency situations, the Albuquerque Journal reports. The school’s superintendent explained that currently, a “gentleman’s agreement” exists to allow police in certain situations. Attorney Geno Zamora addressed the school board to raise privacy concerns and speak about the impact such an agreement could have on the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act, a federal law that protects students’ privacy.
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