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Suburban Philadelphia school spied on students via laptop webcams, lawsuit says


Posted Image— A federal lawsuit accuses a suburban Philadelphia school district of spying on students at home through school-issued laptop webcams.

The suit says Lower Merion School District officials can activate the webcams remotely without students’ knowledge. The lawsuit alleges the cameras captured images of Harriton High School students and their families as they undressed and in other compromising situations.

Families learned of the alleged webcam images when an assistant principal spoke to a student about inappropriate behavior at home.

Superintendent Christopher W. McGinley did not immediately return a message left by The Associated Press.


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Edited by Husa, 19 February 2010 - 07:00 AM.



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Rofl wtf, I'd bomb my school if they'd do that

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If I knew they did that, I wouldn't say anything.. I'd just make sure I had my laptop up and running when I have a girl in my room and stuff..

Or I'd jerk myself watching porn on it ....

I would just make it uncomfortable for them :D
And they wouldn't dare to pull me into office sayin shit cuz thats when I'd sue em :D

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A federal lawsuit accuses a suburban Philadelphia school district of spying on students at home through school-issued laptop webcams.


Wow, high schools are issuing laptops to students now a days? I really feel old now. When I was going through High school we had a typing class that used typewriters and we didn't have computers there until my Junior year. At that time comps were still a big mystery to the general public and only families that were really well off could even consider a comp. Now they issue them to students like text books.

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Wow, high schools are issuing laptops to students now a days? I really feel old now. When I was going through High school we had a typing class that used typewriters and we didn't have computers there until my Junior year. At that time comps were still a big mystery to the general public and only families that were really well off could even consider a comp. Now they issue them to students like text books.

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Well it seemse like american students are a bit spoiled lol

Edited by Husa, 19 February 2010 - 10:46 AM.


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Wow, high schools are issuing laptops to students now a days? I really feel old now. When I was going through High school we had a typing class that used typewriters and we didn't have computers there until my Junior year. At that time comps were still a big mystery to the general public and only families that were really well off could even consider a comp. Now they issue them to students like text books.

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When I was in high school thay gave us colored chalk to take back to our caves to draw woolly mammoths on the walls.

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They gave us bamboo sticks and peices of concrete..

LOL, Look @ me trying to fit in... woop..




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