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Protecting the privacy of our users and abiding by the regulations established by COPPA (The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act & Rule) is of critical importance to Wetpaint. The last thing that we want to do is prevent teachers of students under 13 from taking advantage of the benefits of using Wetpaint wikis in their classrooms, but we are committed to abiding by COPPA's requirements and protecting the privacy of children on the Internet.
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Hi. I have been working over the past year to construct an undergraduate course at Virginia Tech through Wetpaint (http://natureamericanvalues.wetpaint.com). Last semester, I was able to send a mass invitation to the full roster (130 students) to invite them to join the page, and was able to select their permission status as writer. Is this option no longer available? Do I really have to go and change each user's permission status individually? This is very disappointing if so...
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