Are School Surveillance Companies Keeping Kids Safe?

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1400 schools have taken surveillance company Gaggle on its promise to keep its students safe. It claims its artificial intelligence scans emails, documents and chats for images and red flag words. The students are tracked 24-hours a day and the company claims they have stopped gun violence and suicides. Clinical psychologist and attorney Lisa Strohman weighs in on this potential liability issue.