Did you see this article?
Apparently, a high school in Georgia wanted to teach their students a lesson about social media. So, they went digging into the Facebook pages of graduates… turning up dirt. Then they saved the dirt and used it to show kids that what goes on Facebook can be used against you.
“Their idea that putting something on Facebook gives them a license to steal it and carte blanche to do with it what they did is wrong ethically, it’s wrong morally and it’s absolutely wrong legally,” Chaney’s attorney, Pete Wellborn, reportedly elaborated, according to Fox News Insider.
I agree. The school district needs to pay up. Dealing with schools on a daily basis, I can say this with all honesty: there are some that are forgetting that they exist to serve the children. And trashing a graduate of your school district? That is not serving your students— not by a long shot. Oh… and the girl was allegedly 17 when this photo was taken. Nice.
Do me a favor. Call the Fayette County school district and demand that the responsible administrator be punished for his or her actions. (770) 460-3535 is the number.
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