By Barbara E. Hernandez | Channel 4 Southern California
California wants to curtail how technology companies are compiling student information and selling it to third parties.
The bill prohibits "educational sites, apps and cloud services used by schools from selling or disclosing personal information about students from kindergarten through high school," according to the New York Times. Any information compiled from a student -- from a disability to what that student ate for lunch -- could be placed in an electronic "dossier" of data. - Read More