Colleges Reportedly Track Applicants' Data to Determine 'Demonstrated Interest'

The Wall Street Journal reported some colleges use technology to monitor potential students' activity, such as how long it takes them to open an official email and whether they click the links inside. Tommy Stadlen, tech entrepreneur and author of "Connect: How Companies Succeed by Engaging Radically with Society," weighs in on whether this constitutes an invasion of privacy.
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