Children’s Data For Sale By Government- Price $10K


by Karin Piper

Nevada dad John Eppolito has been given a $10,000 bill to see his own children’s school files containing the data collected by the state.

“The problem is that I can’t stop them from collecting the data,” Eppolito told “I just wanted to know what it [collected data]was. It almost seems impossible. Certainly $10,000 is enough reason to prevent a parent from getting the data.”

Folks, thats ten-thousand-dollars for a state employee to pull those files and make copies. Is the government collecting that much data, or did they put the most expensive, tenured state employee on the job? Or is it simply that the government doesn’t want the average parent to have access to the data collected on their children?

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