Should schools police student conduct on the web, even if the conduct takes place off campus? Though most public school internet policies stop at the school door, some private schools are taking a broader view, reports the Detroit Free Press. At Brother Rice High School in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., the policy on internet usage says students can be held accountable for what they say or post online, even if the action occurs away from school. "I don't think we are restricting people's First Amendment rights," said John Birney, president of the private all-boys school. He acknowledged that it is probably...

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