Lawyer: Laptops took thousands of images
Posted on Thursday, Apr 15, 2010
The system that Lower Merion school officials used to track lost and stolen laptops wound up secretly capturing thousands of images, including photographs of students in their homes, Web sites they visited, and excerpts of their online chats, says a new motion filed in a suit against the district.
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