The American Civil Liberties Union has objected to a proposed new policy in a Washington state school system that would let school officials seize students’ cell phones if they have probable cause, reports the Seattle Times. Bullying has taken a technological turn, and officials at Oak Harbor School District are looking for ways to control it. Under a proposed new policy, that might mean seizing students' phones with probable cause. But do schools have that right? The ACLU of Washington says no. "One shouldn't have to give up the right to privacy to have the other right of public education,"...

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