Students at Maize High School in Kansas have chosen to reject four options presented to them by the school board regarding the publishing of student names and photos in the school's online newspaper.

Many students do not like the district's policy, which prohibits their full names or identifiable photographs from being published online. Students claim the policy inhibits their free press rights and affects the newspaper's credibility.

School officials, meanwhile, say they are trying to protect students from internet stalkers, harassment, or other cybercrimes.

Tony Wedel, online editor of the student newspaper Express, commented,


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