If passed, bill would make Wyoming one of the first states in the country to protect students' social media
A proposed Wyoming law would make it illegal for school districts to demand access to students' Facebook, Snapchat or other social media accounts.
The Legislature's Task Force on Digital Information Privacy voted Thursday to advance the bill. It would make it a misdemeanor for school officials to request or demand a user name or password to a non-school issued account.
This would apply to apps and programs used to store or send photos, videos, emails,...