Q: Is a professor allowed to ask me to have two cameras on during an exam, one to view my face and another to view my hands
A: This is a fairly new area of law, and the rules are evolving as new technologies emerge. Test protocols could depend on the entity administering the exam. If an instructor's rules are not unduly burdensome or invasive of privacy, the academic institution would probably uphold them. A professor could raise the argument that the cameras would not be viewing anything a proctor or instructor would not see in administering an exam to students in a live setting. Good luck
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