David Gamberg, the enlightened and thoughtful superintendent of the Southold school district in Long Island, New York, wrote a letter to the president of inBloom and asked that the corporation remove any data pertaining to the students of his district.
For his willingness to say “no, not with our students,” David Gamberg is hereby added to the honor roll as a champion of American education. He has done the honorable thing. He has defended his students against commercial exploitation and defended their right to privacy and their right to be left alone by a government and a private sector that believes that privacy is dead. Not in Southold!
New York is one of the few states in the nation that has agreed to hand over all personal, confidential student information to inBloom.
inBloom is the corporation funded by the Gates Foundation and the Carnegie Corporation ($100 million from Gates) to…
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