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Pictures of about 2,000 Duke University students are in a recently-deleted database whose users included Chinese military academies.
A Duke vice president tells CBS 17 the university removed data from its website on April 25 which include thousands of images taken of people at the Duke Chapel Quad on March 14, 2014. The photos were part of a computer science doctoral student Ergys Ristani’s research into tracking movements of multiple people with multiple cameras.
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As part of Ristani’s publication process for his Duke Multi-Target, Multi-Camera (MTMC) project, the data sets and images were posted on the university’s website and made available to other researchers.
“The study had been approved to capture images of individuals in a defined indoor space, and the resulting data was supposed to be available to other researchers only...
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