Rowdy students to be on candid camera

May 21, 1999

* Disruptive students at Imperial College, London, could be targeted using video cameras installed in lecture theatres. Cameras and microphones have been installed so that students at a remote lecture theatre can be seen and heard. But the microphones also pick up background chatter. Conscientious students have suggested the cameras are used to identify the trouble-makers, according to Wade Gayed, president of the Imperial College School of Medicine Students' Union.

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