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Second Circuit Upholds Punishment of High School Student for Out-of-School Web Entry

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posted on May, 30 2008 @ 03:07 PM
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Second Circuit Upholds Punishment of High School Student for Out-of-School Web Entry


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The primary connection to the school resources was the use of a school computer to access Doninger’s Dad’s account. They sent out an email informing the broader community of the decision to cancel the date for the “Jamfest.” They were successful. Various people called the Paula Schwartz, the district superintendent, and the principal Karissa Niehoff. Doninger says that Niehoff told her that she was upset by a call from Schwartz, though the district court accepted Niehoff’s denial that she mentioned Schwartz. They agree that Niehoff told her not to send such emails and that she could be punished under a rule that students must “demonstrat[e] qualities of good citizenship at all times.”
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posted on May, 30 2008 @ 03:07 PM
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Schools should not have the right to spy on student's activities when they are off campus. This student had every right to express a dissenting opinion off-campus. So now, not only does the government have the right to spy, but the school does, too?

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