District officials have barred students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida from using any names or photographs in the online version of the school's newspaper.

"We are trying to balance the rights of free speech with the safety and security of our students," said Carmen Valera-Russo, associate superintendent in charge of technology.

A student newspaper is circulated in the relatively small world of students, parents, and educators, Valera-Russo explained, but the online version is accessible to anyone.

Michelle Gideon, the faculty advisor, said...

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