Student Says Her Online Privacy Was Violated by School Official

School administrators' defend forcing student to log in to Facebook account.
3:00 | 03/09/13

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Unless your inner circle of friends Smith Samantha -- -- on -- -- a gritty east FaceBook page ease off limits. Her family says that wall of privacy was torn down by a local school leader they believe crossed the line. There was no right for anybody to come in and asked her to open up her personal information and I'm to obtain any information about anybody else room that's just something you cannot do. Aaron Scott -- sharing Kevin McCollum were angry. They -- Samantha standout athlete an all around good student was told to come to the front office at north middle school last week. Once -- and assistant principal allegedly told her to launch into her private FaceBook page. In front of and so -- and I'm looking for a picture of it. I hear from -- post and he proceeded to sit down and go -- students pages and opened up numerous -- they spokesman was looking at pictures and postings and her right to privacy was violated I don't. -- -- this school district is investigating whether students' privacy was violated. And will only say it was looking into reports. -- -- believe what we do not -- -- bullying took place. And the technicalities of how that was uncovered are part of the investigative process. Ready ACLU and that's just not good -- schools can't -- students' private belongings or their private communication. -- -- private communication. His private and for the -- so this fourteen year old girl there's no question the incident about logging on crossed over. A boundary the job as the favorite children's safe and to give them a good education not to bring them and scare them.

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