In this presentation, I explore the processes of excessive datafication in online teaching. Remote learning tends to recreate the physical classroom in the digital environment through technological affordances. In its current form, online teaching often privileges visibility in the ubiquitous use of cameras, presents a sense of curated authenticity, and encourages instructors to police students in the digital classroom. This tech-capitalist datafication feeds the commodification of content in the digital sphere. Without being techno-pessimistic, I argue that we need to create networks of resistance to counter these tendencies of datafication and avoid being implicitly ableist, classist, sexist, and racist.