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Higher ed leaders brace for new reporting requirements

by EdScoop Staff

On the Cutting EDge podcast, Educause’s policy lead Jarrett Cummings says higher ed IT leaders need to be on the lookout for new federal reporting requirements.

Northwestern sued over biometrics privacy in test proctoring software

by EdScoop Staff

A recent lawsuit filed against Northwestern University accuses the institution's use of online proctoring software of violating state privacy law.

Boston U. to pilot, research state's new contact tracing app

by Colin Wood

Together with the nonprofit Mitre, Boston University will explore whether Massachusetts' new app could augment its contact-tracing efforts statewide.

Senators ask online testing companies to address bias and privacy claims

by Betsy Foresman

Six Democratic senators asked the leaders of ExamSoft, Proctorio and Proctor U for information on privacy, accessibility and equity of their testing software.

North Dakota passes landmark privacy policy protecting higher-ed student data

by Betsy Foresman

The policy creates new privacy guidelines and prohibits the state's 11 public colleges from selling or releasing any student’s information for advertising purposes.

UC Irvine tracks coronavirus infections through new mobile app

by Betsy Foresman

By tracking users' movements, the app can alert individuals who may have come in contact with the virus.

Students say Florida State's online exam tech violates privacy

by Betsy Foresman

More than 5,000 students have signed an online petition asking FSU to stop using the technology, which monitors students through their webcams and microphones.

Can universities boost student experience without invading privacy?

by Betsy Foresman

As campus technology increasingly aids students' academic lives, privacy violations, too, are becoming more frequent and invasive.

Student hacker grabbed personal data of thousands of Maryland students

by Colin Wood

Now facing possible criminal charges, the student's activities have been revealed as more extensive than originally believed.

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