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So is this Greek school in Greece complaining?
How do the school know it is the school. Do they know who posted it?
The school used several words to describe the incident (offending material, giving out a bad image of the school, encouraging students to do such stuff which is not wanted by the school, etc.). Unfortunately, at the beginning of posting there was the name of the school included and a teacher of the school saw the post by a student on facebook. Can the students now request that it is reinstated, without the name of the school anywhere? And of course stating that it does not represent the views of the educational institution.
I cannot tell you thesituation in Greece, but I can tell you the situation in the UK.
There is no Greek law categoryon the site
This is a matter between thestudent and the school and it may be a breach of the school rules and thestudent may be disciplined for breaching the rules.
There is no legal action to betaken either by the student or the school.
Does that answer the question?
Can I help further?
How can it be a breach of school rules since the school's name is not mentioned anywhere? And since there is freedom of expression in all media, can't this video be reuploaded without giving a single hint of which school that is?
If the school makes a rulewhich says that students are not allowed to do with this, then it is a breachof the rule. Simple.
I appreciate it may not be theanswer that you wanted, but there is no point in me misleading you.