TIDBIT: SURPRISE SURPRISE: GOOGLE SPIES ON STUDENTS
December 10, 2015 / /
No... Common core and its individually adaptive assessment process are not about building in another layer of surveillance... of course not. Whatever gave you that idea?
Google accused of invading student privacy via Chromebook computers
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A great introduction for students.
A sort of “orientation” to the “live-in-action information archipelago” surreptitiously brought to you by google inc. etl.
Huge surprise here! Students from elementary to high school are compiling a plethora of information for data-miners; what they read, how they respond, what they search for, how they interact with others (including teachers) because it is all linked via googledocs,google classroom, etc., thus it is the ultimate data gathering tool in existence and now with children. Insidious.
Google will save you beaucoup time in searching out truths with their patented truthiness algorithm, removing all the usual suspects from your intrepid searches. If those pesky rumors & urban legends are not totally erased; then at least they’re kicked so far down the list, it may as well have ben kicked down the rabbit-hole of memory.
And best of all, you don’t have to ask; they do it for you with no extra charges or hidden fees.
You have to be a fool Google was created by the military in the first place. Even if that was not done directly in the first place they know at which feedlot they eat.