Social media privacy is focus of high-school essay contest

11/14/2012 | Union Leader (Manchester, N.H.), The

In New Hampshire, middle- and high-school students who penned Constitution Day essays focused their writing on whether employers or school officials are allowed under the Constitution to request social media passwords. Reid Zuckerman, a high-school senior who won the high-school category, wrote that companies are not banned under the law, but they should be.

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