Pa School Allegedly Took 1000's Of Webcam Images Of Students

Posted: Apr 19 2010, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:38pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
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You might recall back in Feburary a school district in Pa. was accused of using the webcams on school assigned laptops to allegedly spy on students inside their homes. New details are surfacing, as the suit against the district is moving forwards.

New allegations in the case claim that the school district took thousands of images of students in their homes without the knowledge of the student or parents. The school used LANrev software to take photos using the notebook webcam every 15 seconds once activated.

The school is said to have captured 400 screen shots of student Blake Robbins according to documents filed with the suit. The school board president of the district has stated that a number of webcam photos have been recovered. The legal team for the student is seeking a court order to access Carol Cafiero's computer and she has been called a "voyeur" and believed to have downloaded images of the students.

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