social-monitoringStudent messages on social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook are now being monitored by the Orange County (Fla.) school district as part of a new program to curb cyberbullying, crime on campus and suicide.

Central Florida's largest school district announced that it had acquired new software that would allow it to grab and then analyze social media messages posted from its campuses, whether from students or staff.

The software also would allow the district to search the thousands of messages posted on various sites for key words that might indicate trouble.


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