Parents win against cloud storage of US students’ private information

Since inBloom’s rollout, privacy and security experts and parents have been aghast at schools using the technology to suck up everything from students’ tax ID numbers to intimate family details – and to then share the private information with software companies. The nonprofit gave up after states backed out, closing up shop on Monday.

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