Prevent UQ from tracking students with 3rd-party software in exams

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Jenny Tan
Nov 4, 2020
online invigilation adds extra stress and worsens students' mental health amidst this trying time and we did not give our consent while enrolling in UQ's courses.

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christina schiller
1 year ago
as an ex student this is beyond creepy how are we suppose to keep us safe from public and government threats. i don't want to be monitoeed like a laboratory rat

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Joe Stark
1 year ago
I value my privacy. If mark Zuckerberg has his computer cameras covered, so do I.

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Nicholas Rowan
1 year ago
i did not consent to using third party surveillance software

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Tudor Newman
1 year ago
Even though we are in unprecedented circumstances, we still did not give consent for a third party surveillance software to access my private property, at the commencement of courses.

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Emma savage
1 year ago
This was introduced after census and could not be factored into decision making processes regarding continuing in my course.

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Tevyn Vergara
1 year ago
Proctor U will probably mess My internet. I already have internet problems

STOP MAKING IT WORSE UQ

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Alex J.
1 year ago
This is a gross violation of privacy and should not even be legal. There are bigger priorities right now than whether or not students are cheating on exams.

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Emma Bates
1 year ago
Proctoru is a violation of our privacy and also a security risk. It is absolutely unacceptable that a system that can sell our data is being implemented in our school.

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Jasmine Lipton
1 year ago
Absolutely outrageous - filming students in their homes and allowing third party corporations to store and commodify their personal data - what is the university thinking. As I understand it the specific provider in question is located in America - what an overreach, a foreign company holding private student data