This article makes the argument that such social media posts constitute a serious invasion of a child’s privacy right, and that the responsibility for enforcement should fall on schools and school districts. However, since such enforcement is currently lacking, this article argues that potential remedies may exist within the framework of federal law. And if local education authorities continue to fail to address the problem, the article argues that a legislative approach might be called for, at the state, or even federal, level.
Janicek, John D. and Hanks, Joseph H.
"Invasion of School Children's Privacy: Teachers Need To Be Put In Timeout,"
BYU Education & Law Journal: Vol. 2021:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byu_elj/vol2021/iss1/3