Feb 242022
 February 24, 2022  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Alexa Schwerha reports:

The George Washington University’s president publicly apologized Friday for a fall 2021 surveillance pilot program that tracked students’ and employees’ locations on campus without their consent.

“I write to inform you of a data analytics pilot program that took place on the university campus during the Fall 2021 semester, and to apologize on behalf of the university for the failure to inform you in advance of commencing this project,” Mark S. Wrighton wrote.

Read more at Campus Reform.

via Joe Cadillic

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