Monday, March 06, 2006

The Detroit Free Press is reporting that an 8-minute video produced by high school students about privacy concerns regarding MySpace has gotten their teacher suspended.

Even though the video was produced to raise privacy concerns, and only showed public web sites produced by other students, the school suspended Devon Fralick, the teacher of the TV broadcasting class.

Willoughby and Sobanski produced their video for the TV broadcasting class taught by Fralick. Hours after it aired last Tuesday, a Lakeview High administrator escorted Fralick from the building and informed students that the 49-year-old teacher had been placed on paid administrative leave pending an investigation into the My-Space video.

via The Obscure Store


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