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Why parents and students object to new IL law against cyberbullying

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SPRINGFIELD (KMOV.com)  -- A new state law takes aim at curbing cyberbullying by giving schools access to kids' social media account passwords, and that's where some are saying the law goes too far.

Previously, Illinois schools could take action against students if online bullying occurred, such as something posted on Twitter or Facebook during the school day. However, with the new law that Illinois legislators approved, school districts and universities in Illinois can demand a student's social media password.

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