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Top priorities for student image privacy

June 10, 2024

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In places such as Australia, the UK, and other European countries, strict laws are already in effect to restrict the collection of personal data and the distribution of digital content involving students, to respect those students’ privacy and protect them from harm. But in the US? It’s largely still a free-for-all. Each year, US schools capture, and publish online, millions of images of students, many of which contain personally identifying information. This exposes children to serious risks such as grooming, bullying, AI voice cloning, deepfakes, and identity theft.

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