So I recently created a youtube channel to put videos on to help my students. I link them through our classroom website and they are unlisted (meaning you can only view them with the link). I didn't think about comments, as it didn't occur to me that students would comment. However, a student commented, just a silly "Hello there" But I was curious to see who this student was. He has 3 video uploads, all stating he is doing "giveaways of iPhones and Jordans" A bit strange... Well, I watched one video, and there is a good 30 seconds of me teaching! He recorded a video in class while I was teaching and uploaded it to Youtube. It didn't seem like it was for harm, but...I can't help but feel angry. I do not believe you can see my face, but isn't it still wrong to upload it without my permissions since I am in the video? I want to confront the student about it, but it makes me wonder. If one student is doing it...how many others are doing it? A small scary moment for me to think of all of this technology in the hands of some of my....challenging students. Any other advice?