Watching the watchers: bias and vulnerability in remote proctoring software

@article{Burgess2022WatchingTW,
  title={Watching the watchers: bias and vulnerability in remote proctoring software},
  author={Ben Burgess and Avi Ginsberg and Edward W. Felten and Shaanan N. Cohney},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2205.03009}
}
Educators are rapidly switching to remote proctoring and examination software for their testing needs, both due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the expanding virtualization of the education sector. State boards are increasingly utilizing these software for high stakes legal and medical licensing exams. Three key concerns arise with the use of these complex software: exam integrity, exam procedural fairness, and exam-taker security and privacy. We conduct the first technical analysis of each of… 

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