1. Harvard photographed classrooms during classes in order to study attendance.
2. Jeremy does not understand why this is a big deal.
ADDENDUM: Quote at end of story:
“We know there are hundreds of cameras* all over Harvard, and we accept that they’re there for protection and safety and security,” Burgard said. “But the idea that photographs will be taken of a class in progress without having informed the students, much less the professor, is something very different. That is surveillance.”
* The cameras in question, which are doing something different than surveillance, are often called “surveillance cameras.”