Supreme Court rejects student social media cases

The Supreme Court declined Tuesday to clarify on what grounds public schools may punish students for their off-campus online speech. The justices have not squarely addressed the student-speech issue as it applies to the digital world—one filled with online social-networking tools such as Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and others. The issue before the justices tests whether public schools may discipline students who, while off campus, use social-networking sites to mock school officials. Read the comments on this post

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Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 Net News

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