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School Accused of Using Laptops To Spy on Students

A suburban Philadelphia high school is being sued for giving students laptops with cameras and then remotely activating them. What do you think?
  • "Come on, those kids didn't think that they could just have a free laptop without having to give a little something in return, did they?"

    Rick Tibet
    Systems Analyst
  • "My kid's school tried the same thing, but budget cuts forced them to use disposable cameras taped to math books instead."

    Paola Stapleton
    Security Officer
  • "My God, this is just like Bentham's Panopticon! Or maybe VoyeurDorm.com. One of those."

    Cliff McDowell
    Restaurant Manager
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