Text Privacy Issue Heats Up at Colorado School At Monarch High School, administrators are under fire for reading and transcribing messages from students' cell phones as part of a disciplinary investigation. The ACLU and some students accuse the school of breaking the law by conducting the searches.
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Text Privacy Issue Heats Up at Colorado School

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Text Privacy Issue Heats Up at Colorado School

Text Privacy Issue Heats Up at Colorado School

Text Privacy Issue Heats Up at Colorado School

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