This article by Danny McDonald of the Boston Globe writes about city council proposals in Boston, Massachusetts. Among the privacy proposals was a measure that would define the kinds of information school officials could share with law enforcement.
Tag: facial recognition
“Paranoia about cheating is making online education terrible for everyone” via Vox
This article by Rebecca Heilweil of Vox documents some of the privacy concerns raised through universities’ use of artificial intelligence based test proctoring in the COVID-19 distance learning environment.
“Santa Fe schools consider allowing police access to surveillance cameras” via the Albuquerque Journal
In this article, T.S. Last writes about Santa Fe Public School’s discussions about allowing police to have access on-campus cameras in emergency situations.
“Facial surveillance, other school security upgrades raise eyebrows in New York” via EDSCOOP
Corinne Lestch of EDSCOOP wrote this article about the Lockport, NY City School District’s plan to purchase a facial surveillance system. The New York Department of Education asked questions about privacy and student data before approval was considered.
“Facial-Recognition Systems Pitched as School-Safety Solutions, Raising Alarms” via Education Week
This article by Benjamin Herold documents some of the concerns with facial recognition software in the education setting.