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Transparency, Not Intent, Crucial to Harvard Classroom Surveillance
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{“data”:[{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”Harvard University students and faculty alike have voiced privacy concerns over [revelations](http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2014/11/05/harvard\\-secretly\\-photographed\\-students\\-study\\-class\\-attendance\\-raising\\-privacy\\-concerns/hC8TBdGdZmQehg0lAhnnJN/story.html?hootPostID=a2cb1f2225d39a5993c630d251c6f278) that the school surreptitiously photographed approximately 2,000 students in 10 lecture halls last spring in an effort to study attendance in the classroom.\n”}},{“type”:”html”,”data”:{“text”:” More

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College News Round-Up: A Victory for Transgender Rights at Simmons
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Pre-Bar Exam: Harvard and the MBTA May Be Watching You Pick Your Nose
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If you’re out this weekend and you get that paranoid feeling that you’re being watched, chances are, you’re right, and it’s not an indication that someone’s about to buy you a free drink. The NSA no longer has the market cornered on spying—now institutions as distinguished as Harvard University and the MBTA are in on the act, so you might as well spiffy up and quit picking your nose when you think nobody’s looking (someone is always looking). We can’t cut your hair or whack your index finger as it floats toward your nostril, but we can keep you from looking stupid with some worthy conversation topics from this week’s news. More