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A Philadelphia-area school district has deactivated the Webcams in school-issued laptops after a lawsuit accuses it of remotely activating the cameras to watch students' behavior at home.
What do you do if an employer asks to see your personal social network? We discuss with Bob Sullivan, author of the Red Tape Chronicles on MSNBC.
A federal court orders the Lower Merion School District to shut down the technology that allowed it to remotely activate Webcams on its school-issued laptops.
Lynn Matsko, the assistant principal accused of informing a student that his picture was taken at home via school-issued laptop Webcam, adamantly denies authorizing use of remote-activation software.
The FBI is reportedly investigating alleged Webcam spying on students at Harriton High School near Philadelphia, but one junior from the school says he's not all that concerned.
The Lower Merion School District, accused of spying on students at home via laptop Webcams, admits that it activated them 42 times in a 14-month period.
Employees at Pennsylvania's Lower Merion School District will not face criminal charges over secretly taking Webcam photos of students via laptops they had brought home.
New motion in the Lower Merion School District laptop Webcam-spying case alleges that thousands of images were secretly captured, including intimate images of students off campus.
PBS "Frontline" footage shows a Bronx school assistant principal spying on students as they use the Webcams of their school-issued laptops. He seems to think nothing of it.