Both video chat and video conference are new technologies that are convenient for people to use. However, this new technology will also infringe on people’s privacy in many places, including national politicians, teachers, and so on.
Today, 3trivia will take everyone to share the convenience of video chat, and at the same time make many people fall into crisis. The theme is Lecturers Mouth Off About Student Presentations
When on Zoom, always check who can hear you before you start making rude comments. Two college lecturers found themselves in hot water after inadvertently broadcasting a stream of insults to their students.
The business lecturers were assessing student presentations at the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology in Ireland. Neither was impressed by what they saw. After they thought the students had left the virtual meeting, the lecturers started venting about the quality of work. The pair described one student’s presentation as so painful it was like having their teeth drilled. Another, they said, was so slow it made them wonder if she was disabled.
But the lecturers’ private conversation was a lot more public than they thought. The pair failed to notice that the students were still connected to the Zoom call. Every word of their insults was broadcast live to the class. One of the students recorded their exchange and, after uploading it to social media, the college duly apologized.