The Missouri Students Association is considering installing webcams in University of Missouri dining halls and recreation areas that would show how busy they are through a live streaming video feed, reports the school’s Maneater campus paper. The service could help students decide whether to go to the venue and thus help keep crowding down and even out traffic flow. The plan could be implemented in time for the opening of classes next fall but questions of privacy need to be addressed first. The proposed webcams would not be the first on the Columbia campus, as several have been operating around construction zones to document progress. The source of the funding for the cameras is also still undetermined.