Difficulties and biases of online proctored exams.
Guest Lauren Daming from Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C. joins Dave to discuss privacy issues, litigation and best practices concerning universities' use of remote proctoring platforms for exams, Ben shares some follow-up on the Baltimore spy plane, Ben's story examines an FTC memo addressing potential Facebook antitrust claims, Dave's got a story that looks at an Ohio law that could make videotaping the police a crime.
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Links to follow-up and stories:
- Federal appeals court rebukes Baltimore spy plane program, likely blocks access to cache of remaining footage
- UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
- Judge Throws Out 2 Antitrust Cases Against Facebook
- Actually, the Antitrust Case Against Facebook Is Very Much Alive
- Proposed law making cell phone video of cops a crime moves forward by Ohio legislators
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