Lower Merion School District Settlement

Lower Merion School District Settlement

The Lower Merion School (Pennsylvania) has agreed to a settlement with two students involved in the laptop spying case that made national news in February of this year. It seems that the school district, which began distributing laptops to high school students in 2008, had installed remote webcam activation software on the laptops for use when a laptop went missing. There were several problems, not the least of which was that no one from the district informed parents or users that such software existed.

The Lower Merion School (Pennsylvania) has agreed to a settlement with two students involved in the laptop spying case that made national news in February of this year. It seems that the school district, which began distributing laptops to high school students in 2008, had installed remote webcam activation software on the laptops for use when a laptop went missing. There were several problems, not the least of which was that no one from the district informed parents or users that such software existed. 
The Lower Merion School (Pennsylvania) has agreed to a settlement with two students involved in the laptop spying case that made national news in February of this year. It seems that the school district, which began distributing laptops to high school students in 2008, had installed remote webcam activation software on the laptops for use when a laptop went missing. There were several problems, not the least of which was that no one from the district informed parents or users that such software existed. 
The Lower Merion School (Pennsylvania) has agreed to a settlement with two students involved in the laptop spying case that made national news in February of this year. It seems that the school district, which began distributing laptops to high school students in 2008, had installed remote webcam activation software on the laptops for use when a laptop went missing. There were several problems, not the least of which was that no one from the district informed parents or users that such software existed. 
The Lower Merion School (Pennsylvania) has agreed to a settlement with two students involved in the laptop spying case that made national news in February of this year. It seems that the school district, which began distributing laptops to high school students in 2008, had installed remote webcam activation software on the laptops for use when a laptop went missing. There were several problems, not the least of which was that no one from the district informed parents or users that such software existed. 

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