What happens to teachers’ and students’ digital content and personal data once all learning is moved online?
With a group of colleagues from the UK, Italy, Belgium, France, and the Netherlands, we have analysed the terms of service and privacy policies of Emergency Remote Teaching tools such as Zoom, Teams, and Moodle. In this first part, we have focused on the copyright issues, and in particular on issues of ownership/control, liability/infringement, and content removal/teaching exception.
You can find the full text of the post on the Kluwer Copyright Blog
This research was carried out with Dr Rossana Ducato (then UCLouvain, now Aberdeen), Dr Giulia Priora (Sant’Anna), Dr Chiara Angiolini (Unitn), Dr Alexandra Giannopoulou (IViR), Dr Bernd Justin Jütte (Nottingham), Léo Pascault (Sciences Po), and Giulia Schneider (Sant’Anna).
I have presented it on Friday 3rd July 2020 at the at the Strathclyde Centre for Internet Law & Policy webinar series (info here).
Part II of the research, with a privacy focus, is available here.