Make "sharing" secure when inviting people outside the institution (via email) to view a session.
Not being able to share "securely" puts a damper on collaborations with external partners.
I don't know how secured sharing can be achieved. Adding features like "guest password" or "expiration" date for viewing don't address security either.
Currently when one shares a session with someone outside the institution, using their email, the shared session becomes "public".
- The invitee can share link with others.
- Others can play the video without signing in, and they can share video as well.
See issue replicated below.
NOTIFY PEOPLE, SEND & SAVE CHANGES
WHO HAS ACCESS
EMAIL RECEIVED ON MOBILE DEVICE. THE "COPY LINK" OPTION IS AVAILABLE AND IS SHARED WITH A SECOND PERSON.
VIDEO LINK IS RECEIVED AND PLAYED BY SECOND PERSON.
The video session in the Panopto folder for a course becomes public, and students can share the URL. In the case below, a student in the class shared the video URL with external user (the third person to receive the link). The student sharing was "not" the invited by the creator.