Euractiv: How EU students are being forced into a surveillance nightmare

12 March 2021
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Requiring students to submit to biometric surveillance should be illegal, writes Dr. Nakeema Stefflbauer.

The past year has been a clash of cultures in the worst of ways: from customer-facing private companies to public schools and universities, sectors ill-equipped for online operation have struggled for survival. Real-time communication shifted first, as in-person meetings morphed into Hopin, Whereby, Hangouts, Slack, or Zoom on-demand sessions.

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“In reality, we’re facing the rollout of a range of spying tools that may soon create a “perpetual line-up” for us to access schools and hospitals.”

Dr. Nakeema Stefflbauer, writing for Euractiv

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