ARDMORE, Pa. – A suburban Philadelphia school district embroiled in a webcam spying scandal has agreed to pay $10,000 to settle a fourth student's claim.
Lower Merion School District spokesman Doug Young tells The Philadelphia Inquirer the school board approved the settlement payment Monday night.
The use of tracking software on school-issued laptops prompted a federal invasion of privacy lawsuit last year. The software used by the district allowed school employees to remotely active the laptop webcams and view the images it captured.
The district ultimately paid $175,000 to Harriton High School student Blake Robbins to settle that suit.
The Inquirer report (http://bit.ly/r88oUy ) says two other students also received $10,000 settlements last year. One other suit is still pending.
Information from: The Philadelphia Inquirer, http://www.philly.com
Keywords clouds text link http://alonhatro.com/
|aviatorsgame.com ban nhạc||confirmationbiased.com|
|mariankihogo.com ốp lưng||Giường ngủ triệu gia Ku bet ku casino|
mặt nạ mặt nạ ngủ Mặt nạ môi mặt nạ bùn mặt nạ kem mặt nạ bột mặt nạ tẩy tế bào chết mặt nạ đất sét mặt nạ giấy mặt nạ dưỡng mặt nạ đắp mặt mặt nạ trị mụn
mặt nạ tế bào gốc mặt nạ trị nám tem chống giả
© 2020 US News. All Rights Reserved.