The College of Idaho is banning Yik Yak, and here’s why

21 May

It seems like the 2014-2015 school year was truly the year of Yik Yak, the app that allows users in your area to post anonymous statements for anyone within a certain radius to see. While the school year is winding down, the app is still going strong—except when schools like the College of Idaho step in. After the campus’s safety office received no less than seven Yak-related complaints, the school decided to take a closer look at these threats and how to address them. Those who complained said


So what is Idaho doing to change the culture and the behavior to model positive digital citizenship?

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