[caption id="attachment_105750" align="alignleft" width="215"] Both state and federal legislators have been considering a wave of bills concerning online privacy in schools and the workplace.[/caption]

Should a university be able to edit a student’s Facebook profile or check his private tweets? Absolutely not, said the Delaware state legislature, as it recently passed the first state law to forbid schools from requiring students to divulge personal social media login information.

Signed into law by Gov. Jack Markell on July 20, HB309 bans both public and private higher-education institutions from committing a range...

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