False Friend? High School Principal Resigns After Facebook Spying Allegation

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    False Friend? High School Principal Resigns After Facebook Spying Allegation

    1 Comments by Legal Help Published on 05-17-2012 10:23 PM
    An interesting social media incident played out recently at a high school in Missouri that ended with principal Louise Losos resigning and hundreds of students at Clayton High School wondering: Who is Suzy Harriston? Someone claiming to be "Suzy Harriston" from Clayton friended more than 300 people on Facebook, many of them from Clayton High School, without anyone really bothering to ask who Suzy was. On April 5, 2012, Chase Haslett, the former Clayton High School quarterback who had graduated in 2011, posted the following accusation on Facebook: "Whoever is friends with Suzy Harriston on Facebook needs to drop them. It is the Clayton Principal." According to St. Louis Today, the Suzy Harriston profile on Facebook quickly disappeared following Haslett's claim. A day later, so did Losos, as she was immediately placed on a "leave of absence." A few weeks later, Losos resigned, reportedly as part of a deal that paid her $140,000. The deal included Losos' agreement to take no legal action against the school district, the Columbia Daily Tribune reports. The Clayton School District stated only that her departure related to a "fundamental dispute concerning the appropriate use of social media." Why did Losos allegedly friend hundreds of...

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    Sounds like a good way to keep tabs on your students. If they friend you, why should it be an issue.


 

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