Tag: Data Protection

Supporting the EdTech Community with By Design and By Default principles

"Safety on Death Star" by Kalexanderson is marked with CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

Looking at a ‘least access’ approach, from both a data protection and safeguarding point of view

It was so good to be back at BETT a few weeks ago, and there are a raft of really good reports, talks and narratives about what people found, were inspired by or even scared by. My regular tweets and retweets covered some of these, rather than to try to list as many as I…
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2 CCTV cameras on adjacent walls

Recording of Online Lessons

I read, with interest, a discussion on LinkedIn about the recording of lessons being conducted via online teaching. This is not exactly a new discussion. There have been discussions about recording video-conferencing as far back as 2002 that I am aware of (Becta and Becta’s ICT Research Network), and I am sure that there has…
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My Data Protection World

K.I.S.S.

When I get asked what the single largest issue is with helping schools on their data protection and privacy journeys, I try to stop laughing and explain that you cannot focus on one thing and treat it with a silver bullet. It is never just one thing. Neither is it a bunch of things on their…
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My Data Protection World

It always seems strange, writing that first article or post on a new site. This is no different.Over the coming months, I will be introducing you to a wide range of information about how EdTech, schools and families are heavily intertwined. I look forward to sharing with you all.