Latvian schools try out surveillance system to monitor attendance
Rahvusvahelised uudised 16 Feb 2012  EWR
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A few Latvian schools are experimenting with an electronic monitoring system to keep track of students’ attendance, but some are uneasy about the innovation in a country with its own Soviet-era history of surveillance and repression.

Three schools began testing a keycard/turnstile entry system in October for security purposes, Deutsche Welle reports, but last month it was combined with an online application that harvests data from the card swipes to record which students come to school each day.

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