Duke researcher apologizes for exposing student images to Chinese military
A database containing images of 2,000 students has now been used by organizations around the world, including two Chinese military research academies.
Are schools getting justifiable value out of their student surveillance?
Educators must rethink the default assumption that blanket surveillance is worth the loss of privacy, experts say.
The six big privacy concerns for edtech
From anonymity to data ownership, George Mason University professor Priscilla Regan identifies the key nodes in the policy discussion.
Massachusetts schools can track students remotely through devices — ACLU
The American Civil Liberties Union Massachusetts chapter is expected to release a report next week around student data privacy concerns, questioning schools' ability to monitor students remotely.