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Zoom partners with schools to provide video communications to support traditional, virtual, and hybrid classrooms, distance learning, educational office hours, guest lectures, and more. As part of the services we provide to K-12 schools, Zoom may be used by students, including students under the age of 16. We are particularly committed to protecting the privacy of K-12 users, and Zoom’s K-12 Schools & Districts Privacy Policy is designed to reflect our compliance with the requirements of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”), the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (“FERPA”), and other applicable law.


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LGSUHSD APP Agreements Student privacy laws mitigate the need to have clarity on what APP's you can safely use in schools. APP's must follow acceptable use district guidelines in concert with LCAP and agreed Board adopted curriculum. Read about privacy with F3/CETPA/counties/schools Any online software, extension, or add-on used on District Chromebooks/Laptops/Devices by students must adhere to the CA student privacy agreement in order to be considered for use.

Please read our Google FAQ. & here's more information Google Education Apps, in AB 1584 Compliance, Data Privacy Guidebook, , Created by F3, CETPA "Pause Before You Post" video. Google+ is turned off for. Google Prvacy Center

** What are G Suite for Education core services? The G Suite for Education (formerly called Google Apps for Education) core services are the heart of Google’s educational offering to schools. The core services are Gmail (including Inbox by Gmail), Calendar, Classroom, Contacts, Drive, Docs, Forms, Groups, Sheets, Sites, Slides, Talk/Hangouts and Vault. These services are provided under the G Suite agreement.

You can can use G Suite core services in compliance with COPPA and FERPA. G Suite core services contain no advertising and do not use information in those services for advertising purposes. More than 50 million students, teachers and administrators in almost every country in the world rely on G Suite to learn and work together. We are committed to protecting the privacy and security of all our users, including students.

Please review the G Suite Privacy Notice, Google Terms of Service and Google Privacy Policy. Learn more about the differences between core services and additional services below. Learn more about privacy with these privacy resources


Rules for Social Media created by students

Learn more about privacy with these privacy resources

The Different Types of Cyberbullying

News: http://mashable.com/2016/06/04/how-teens-can-discuss-tech-use-with-parents/#h5ostkkEbPqD https://www.edutopia.org/article/anatomy-school-bullying-stephen-merrill

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Here are resources regarding copyright--

https://www.edsurge.com/news/2018-10-24-can-you-show-netflix-in-class-copyright-for-teachers-made-simple

www.copyright.gov - Definitions of copyright and answers to common questions.

http://copyright.cornell.edu/resources/publicdomain.cfm - A list to see if something is in the public domain.

www.pdinfo.com - Site detailing public domain music and other royalty free music.

www.pro-music.org - Site where artists have given permission for K-12 students to use their music in entirety without asking for permission!

Creativecommons.org - Read about citing resources and also get resources people willingly share. Some folks ask to be given attribution in specific ways.

www.movlic.com/k12/ - Where to go to get a license to embed movies for educational instructional purposes in your classwork.

How a girl dealt with her nude photos being online broadly: http://www.rookiemag.com/2015/03/sext-education/

Eraser Button-- In September 2013, the landmark Eraser Button bill was signed into law in California. This law requires websites and apps to permit users under 18 to remove content they've personally posted. In addition, it prohibits all advertising of harmful products that are illegal for minors to purchase (such as alcohol, tobacco, and guns) on websites and apps targeted to minors. Common Sense has been a strong supporter of the Eraser Button bill, and we're encouraged to see other states across the country following suit with similar bills.


Student Privacy Pledge: http://studentprivacypledge.org/