> D. You don’t need special policies for specific tools. Just check that the policies you have are inclusive of electronic communication channels and then enforce the policies you already have on bullying, cheating, sexual harassment, inappropriate communication, illicit behavior, etc.
This is a good one. I remember being thoroughly puzzled when I heard that we absolutely need "cyber-bullying" laws, as if cyber-bullying was not bullying. And on a broader scale, things like secrecy of correspondence are sacred when applied to paper mail, but somehow can be blatantly ignored when applied to electronic communication. Which is absolutely wrong.
> T. When you violate the Constitution and punish kids just because you don’t like what they legally said or did and think you can get away with it, you not only run the risk of incurring financial liability for your school system in the tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars but also abuse your position of trust and send messages to students about the corruption of power and disregard for the rule of law.
This one is not Internet-related, but it's brilliant.