Sep 20, 2012

Marketplace Tech for Thursday, September 20, 2012

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North Carolina is taking a hard line against kids who bully teachers online.  There's a new law with fines up to $1000 for students putting up a fake Facebook site about the teacher, no tweeting private or sexual info…

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A Law Protecting Teachers from Cyber Bullying, and New York City's Hottest Tech Ticket

Sep 19, 2012
North Carolina is taking a hard line against kids who bully teachers online. And every month New York Tech Meetup sells out in just four minutes...and the theater's a big one at NYU. Venture capitalists are here along with engineers,…

North Carolina is taking a hard line against kids who bully teachers online.  There’s a new law with fines up to $1000 for students putting up a fake Facebook site about the teacher, no tweeting private or sexual info about the teacher or other school employees or doctoring photos. Plus, here’s the definition of a hot ticket: Every month New York Tech Meetup sells out in just four minutes…and the theater’s a big one at NYU. Venture capitalists are here along with engineers,  designers, and start ups both theoretical and already online.

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