School district to search students’ electronics for sexting


A Detroit-area school district is attempting to curb sexting among its students by adopting a policy that subjects their cellphones, laptops and other electronic devices to search if there is “reasonable suspicion” of them emailing, texting or possessing sexually explicit pictures or messages, the Detroit News reports. Troy School District Board of Education officials say the policy wasn’t prompted by a specific incident, but rather “was just a
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