Ca: Western students alerted about security breach at exam monitor Proctortrack

Andrew Lupton reports:

A security breach of Proctortrack, the software Western University uses to monitor student exams remotely, is adding new fuel to a debate raging on campus over privacy concerns about the program.

Proctortrack allows students to be monitored to prevent cheating while they take exams at home using their own computers. The program is in widespread use at Western with most in-person exams all but impossible due to COVID-19 restrictions.

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