High school gossip has gone wireless, as hallway conversations and rumors migrate to online forums and social networking sites. Parents and school administrators are scrambling to keep up, as they confront difficult questions about free speech, reputation and protecting young people. We discuss how adults are trying to strike a balance between monitoring students online and invading their space.


  • John Morris General Counsel, Director of the Internet Standards, Technology and Policy Project, Center for Democracy and Technology
  • Adam Thierer Senior Fellow, The Progress & Freedom Foundation
  • Parry Aftab Executive Director, WiredSafety.org
  • Reg Weaver President, National Education Association

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