By Bob Kellogg | OneNewsNow.com
An observer from a conservative think tank says the president's call for stronger student privacy protections is "bogus."
This week President Barack Obama proposed a new Student Digital Privacy Act aimed at preventing companies from selling sensitive student information. But Jane Robbins of the American Principles Project tells OneNewsNow it's really his reaction to a backlash from concerned parents.
“It’s interesting that his administration is the one that is really driving the effort to record every conceivable data point on every child and track it forever - and then when people start to object to that, he comes out with this essentially bogus student privacy act,” she says. - Read More