A majority of online remote learning platforms violate student data privacy, according to a Human Rights Watch analysis of 164 products. Of the platforms reviewed, 89% appeared to engage in data practices that put children’s rights at risk, contributed to undermining children’s rights to privacy, or actively infringed on these rights. Children and parents were monitored without consent. The platforms harvested data on children’s identities, their locations, and their classroom activities. The 146 online learning platforms flagged as having the ability to violate student data privacy monitored or had the capacity to monitor children, in most cases . . .
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