These tools collect massive amounts of data on test takers, often without their knowledge.
Despite concern from federal lawmakers and California’s Supreme Court, no meaningful data protections have been put into place to protect the privacy of test takers. Join us in telling the California Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection to vote “yes” to advance this important bill to protect student privacy.
The STTPPA directs proctoring companies not to collect, use, retain, or disclose test takers’ personal information except as strictly necessary to provide proctoring services. If they do not, the student has the opportunity to take the proctoring company to court. This simple bill gives those directly harmed by privacy violations—test takers—the opportunity to protect their data and privacy.
Tell the California Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee to vote “yes” to advance this important bill to protect student privacy.
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