Mass school closures in the wake of the coronavirus are driving a new wave of student surveillance: https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2020/04/01/online-proctoring-college-exams-coronavirus/
With two daughters at school, @alcinnz, you might know how I feel these days.
If you're in the EU, then that's very likely illegal. You should officially inform your professors that they're violating the #GDPR by forcing you to transmit your private data (IP number, name, student ID number, school name) for unnecessary reasons outside of the EU:
Your school could have to pay millions of euros in fines.
"But the pupils/their parents already signed a GDPR declaration on paper" does not make the privacy violation legal.
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