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  1. Nov 2020
    1. aberrant behavior

      Is there data on hand that shows these companies actually prevent cheating? How many instances of 'aberrant behavior' actually materialize into cheating offenses?

    2. keystroke biometrics, ID capture, and facial analysis

      I feel like I'm seeing various responses to what data is actually captured. To me, it doesn't seem like they are consistent in their responses about the types of data collected.

    3. Test-takers must acknowledge their adherence to the privacy policies and terms of service before using any ProctorU products or service.

      Students need to accept but I'm not seeing anywhere that a student can request that their data not be sold.

    1. How much time could you save letting ProctorU review your software-only, proctored exams?

      I can see some of our faculty looking at this and being like, "wow, this is great! I'd save so much time"

    1. may be used by the entities collecting it including the right to request that it not be sold or transferred

      A link to the process of how to request my data to not be sold would be nice right here...how do students make these requests?


      This seems to put undo responsibility on students to know all of the policies and regulations from Feds all the way to their institutions. As a student, how would I know every single one of those entities are acting in my best interest with my data?...is that how you all are reading this?