And what of these children's rights? (was RE: [LINK] Messages
to be monitored before going to schools)
Tue, 18 Feb 2003 09:49:18 +1030
> Monitoring of children's communication? Ahem!
> I'm not sure that blanket monitoring of all students' communication
> helps preserve their rights. Have any of the articles so far addressed
> these concerns?
this is a service provided by the nsw gov, I doubt that it's compulsory and so
probably doesnt count as a deprivation of anyone's rights. You agree, you use
you dont agree, you dont use, fairly standard T&Cs in today's climate I would
have thought. It has the added advantage of providing, in theory at least, a
'safe' environment and allows the government to meet its duty of care obligation
to children at school.
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