(Reuters) – A public school district in Texas can require students to wear locator chips when they are on school property, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday in a case raising technology-driven privacy concerns among liberal and conservative groups alike.
U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia said the San Antonio Northside School District had the right to expel sophomore Andrea Hernandez, 15, from a magnet school at Jay High School, because she refused to wear the device, which is required of all students.
Despite being bedridden most of the day with an awful cold, I fought through it to record my longest interview ever. It was with the excellent radio host and webmaster of blacklistednews.com, Doug Owen. The entire show is two hours, but I come in halfway through…enjoy the ride!