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This contribution addresses a serious emergent policy issue regarding student data privacy that has arisen in the United States the last five years due to the increasingly widespread use of cloud computing services in education and the creation of large datasets-commonly known as 'Big Data'-collected by educational online (hosted) services. Considerable confusion exists around the actual privacy protections offered by laws such as FERPA, PPRA, and COPPA in online environments, and in additiondoi:10.7763/ijiet.2016.v6.660 fatcat:kt7gaugx4be7dcz4ugq7pg5iem