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Hi, Thanks for the information...I can surely use it and it never occurred
to me to check the browser history...doh. I thought I was probably missing
something, which was why I asked... this list is great for adding to my
base of information.
Rod


On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 2:54 PM, Jarrett-CESU, Steve <
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> The student was reported by a teacher to have viewed the movie on a 1-1
> school-owned device during class.  A search of the history in Chrome showed
> the specific movie and time stamp.  (I tested that it works on my own
> account.)
>
> We need to update our AUP to define what we can do and can't do after that
> action.  Many of us are not comfortable in going any deeper into any
> unprotected account without parental and/or police notice.  Thus, my
> colleagues and I meet tomorrow to define it, which I'll share with the list
> serve on Wednesday.
>
> Steve
>
>
> Steve Jarrett
> District Technology Supervisor
> Chittenden East Supervisory Union
> 802-858-1729
>
>
> On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 2:25 PM, Rodney Batschelet <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> How was it that the tech support was able to determine that the
>> inappropriate movie was streamed while in school unless they actually saw
>> it being viewed? It was not clear from the post if that was what happened,
>> but that would not require the password and a password being remembered was
>> mentioned.  Just logging in to the account is not enough to ascertain this
>> information as far as I can see. I just logged in to my own Netflix account
>> to check this out and could not find anywhere that allowed me to tell when
>> a video was streamed, only what day it was streamed.
>> Also, since Netflix accounts are able to be streamed to multiple devices
>> at once, I couldn't even tell where a recently streamed movie was
>> viewed...a recently viewed movie on my account could have been viewed by my
>> wife on the WII at home while I was here at work, or my daughter at her
>> work computer, myself on my tablet, anyone possessing the password to the
>> account could have viewed this movie at any time that day, anywhere...you
>> get the drift...how to differentiate.
>> That said, I could be missing something. If there is a way that I am
>> currently unaware of to tell when and to which device specifically that a
>> movie was streamed, or even which applications were run at any given time,
>> I would love to know about it as it could prove useful to many of us in the
>> school system. Would your tech person be willing to share this information?
>> That would be greatly appreciated and helpful.
>> I presume that the student admitted to streaming the video while in
>> school, but if the student had denied it I see no absolute way to prove
>> otherwise.
>> Rod
>>
>>
>> On Tue, Apr 16, 2013 at 9:48 AM, Jarrett-CESU, Steve <
>> [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>
>>> Do you know if school personnel have the legal right to access an
>>> unprotected parent/student personal account on a 1-1 school device, no
>>> matter what an AUP states about inappropriate use?
>>>
>>> Situation:
>>> A student streamed an inappropriate film via Netflix on their 1-1
>>> computer while at school.
>>>
>>> Tech support confirmed it by going to the unprotected Netflix account
>>> (remembered password).
>>>
>>> Parent is upset that tech support accessed her account (that child was
>>> using).
>>>
>>> Steve Jarrett
>>> District Technology Supervisor
>>> Chittenden East Supervisory Union
>>> 802-858-1729
>>>
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