Colo. Moms Push Back on Data Mining and 'Big Business' Moving Forward in Schools
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#1 Oct 17, 2013
Besides privacy concerns 'surveys' like this breed blind compliance. Expose youngsters to questions like this at early age and every time they are asked from there on and after they will not think twice about giving up their personal information. It will be considered business as usual.
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