Yale Privacy Lab

The End Of Student Privacy?
Remote Proctoring's Invasiveness and Bias

March 6, 2021 | 1:00PM - 4:30PM ET

Join Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (S.T.O.P.) and Privacy Lab for a symposium on remote proctoring technology. This interdisciplinary discussion will examine how remote proctoring software promotes bias, undermines privacy, and creates barriers to accessibility.

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NOTE: We have transitioned to Zoom webinar to accommodate a CART live captioning service instead of using BigBlueButton. It is vital for us to keep the event accessible for all of our panelists and attendees. S.T.O.P. will also be streaming the event via YouTube and Twitter and recording for later posting.


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