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วันจันทร์ที่ 1 พฤษภาคม พ.ศ. 2560

Livestreaming in Schools Raises Concerns

Livestreaming in Schools Raises Concerns
- One of the most watched videos was recorded at No. 1 Senior High School in the city of Yuzhou, central China's Henan Province. Principal Wen Mingjian told Xinhua that the school purchased webcams after requests from parents and teachers, to encourage better behavior and prevent bullying.
"Most of our students are left-behind children. Webcams allow their parents to see they are attending school," said Cheng Yafeng, a teacher. Shi Shuangyan, a migrant worker in Beijing, said he liked to watch his child in class thousands of miles away. However, he opposes livestreaming of the videos, suggesting that they should only be seen by teachers and parents.