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Daily Dashboard | Harvard University Under Fire for Attendance Surveillance Related reading: Global News Roundup: March 30–April 6, 2020

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Students and faculty raise concerns after Harvard University announced it had secretly photographed undisclosed classrooms in a study researching student attendance, The Boston Globe reports. “Just because technology can be used to answer a question doesn’t mean that it should be,” one professor said, adding, “And if you watch people electronically and don’t tell them ahead of time, you should tell them afterwards.” Harvard President Drew Faust said she is taking the matter “very seriously” and will have the incident reviewed by a recently created panel that already oversees the school’s electronic communications policies. Harvard was criticized a year-and-a-half ago after news spread that administrators had been secretly searching school email accounts.
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