High School Student's Privacy Invaded By Vice Principal??

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Blake Robbins, a sophomore at Harriton High School outside of Philadelphia, is suing his school district because he claims his school issued him a laptop to take home with him and they used it to spy on him in his home using the computer's built-in webcam.

Blake says his assistant vice principal confronted him with a photo (taken by the webcam) that showed Blake holding some candy, but his school thought they were pills and thought Blake was selling drugs.

It's not just a very serious accusation, but it raises questions about how whether or not Blake's privacy was violated since the computer belonged to the school.

School administrator, Lindy Matsko, says she has never spied on students and did not give permission to other faculty members to spy on students, but Blake says his school has yet to talk about how they got the photo of him.


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