Can a school get your kid’s Facebook password? Judge says no

I don’t have a Facebook account, primarily because the idea of living my personal life online sounds like the worst idea since Jarts. However, its cases like this that had me thinking about going to law school to focus on Internet Law. I cannot see how in the world the school could think they had the right to demand access to this kid’s account.


Side note: for those of you under 30- Jarts was a “toy” that consisted of six two-foot long darts with SHARP STEEL tips and two hula hoops. The idea was to play it kind of like horseshoes, but with LETHAL STEEL SPIKES.


“Happy 8th Birthday, Bobby. Now take this lethal mini-spear and hurl it across the yard. Try not to puncture your other guests. Have fun!!!”

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