A student with the assistance of the ACLU brought suit against Cleveland State University for the unconstitutional search of the student's room.
At the heart of privacy protection is a simple concept: Data Minimization.
Protests have occurred, legislation enacted and class action lawsuits filed that all relate directly to the biometrics used by automated proctoring services, that capture and store facial recognition data, facial detection data, recorded patterns of keystrokes, eye monitoring data, gaze monitoring data, and camera and microphone recordings as part of the service they provide.
If the UK GDPR regulations are the highest standard and most stringent privacy legislation in the world… how is it that so many proctoring companies claim compliance? The answer may surprise you.