Make the BioButton Optional for Staff and Students at Oakland University

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Jill Ross-Blair
Aug 3, 2020
This is an infringement on individual rights.

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Teresa Uchniat
Aug 3, 2020
Students and teachers should not be required to wear this, it’s an invasion of privacy.

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Constance Senter
Aug 3, 2020
Freedom

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madison j
Aug 3, 2020
No no no! Just because you go to school somewhere or work a job that doesnt give the Institution the right to own you like that.Tell them to come up with a better plan should not try to profit off of there students data and invade privacy.

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Michelle Jones
Aug 3, 2020
This is overreach and an invasion of privacy.

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Keegan Holland
Aug 3, 2020
I am not an Okland student, but I have been studying in the field of Cyber Security. My main concern with this is that even though the device is HIPPA compliance, which if anyone is unfamiliar with that law it is for patient information privacy, that fact that information is being sent to a server does raise some concerns regarding the confidentiality of the data during the transmission to the server. I will admit that I did a bit of research on the device and I could be wrong on this concern, due to not enough research. But, anything that goes through the internet is always vulnerable to an attack.

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Alicia Carr
Aug 3, 2020
I am not a student or faculty member, however, the precedent that this attempts to establish is unnerving. At the very minimum, this should be an optional undertaking without any imposed judgments, disciplinary actions, or university restrictions for non-participants.

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Lori Ceccato
Aug 3, 2020
It is an invasion of privacy!!!

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Wendy Kowalski
Aug 3, 2020
This is a violation of privacy rights. Masks and social distancing are understandable but this is not. Thank you!

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Heidi Weesies
Aug 3, 2020
Huge privacy concerns!!