Social network sites face US ban

Children in the US could be banned from using social networking sites in schools and libraries by a new law. The Deleting Online Predators Act tries to limit the access paedophiles have to the networking sites which have become hugely popular with minors. BBC News, 31 July 2006


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Education Signals

The inaugural edition of Trace Urdan’s Education Signals. Trace is a investment analyst now based at Signal Hill Capital Subscribe here for the free Education Signals Newsletter.


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