The School District will only access a student's computer with the explicit written authority from parents/guardians and students. School personnel will only access a student's laptop remotely to resolve a technical problem only if the student formally gives the district permission to do so. If the student chooses, he or she can decline the remote access and take the laptop directly to the school's IT center for repair. Theft tracking software will only be activated if a student and parent/guardian file a police report and provide a signed "remote file access consent" form and a signed incident report to the principal verifying that a laptop has been lost or stolen. Theft tracking software would never have the capability of capturing screen shots, audio, video and on-screen text. (emphasis original)
"Blake Robbins, with father Mickey Rourke, Jocelyn Wildenstein, and Brooke Hogan" lawl, that's too funny.
Also... The pic of the kid sleeping is kinda creepy.
But could be prenvted by closing the laptop screen lol
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>> For the government to prosecute a criminal case, it must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the person charged acted with criminal intent
This is complete BS.
The school was performing stealth video surveillance operations within private residences. That is highly illegal. Ignorance of the law (if they could somehow argue that they didn't know that was illegal) is no excuse. If you speed through a school zone, do you think they will not prosecute you because you did not see the sign and had no criminal intent?
Pennsylvania has some of the toughest surveillance laws.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
They will only go after someone if they don't vote for them! That's the way it works:P
If there were such a thing as a conservative teacher, and they did this...it would totally be a federal case:P
Yeah, the parents tax dollars going to the salaries of those administrators and teachers and, then it pays for the laptops so they can take thousands of photos like this! Makes sense it is not a federal case. Yet you say the pledge of allegiance and it is run through every branch of government?
"Picture credit" News:Blake Robbins, with father Mickey Rourke, Jocelyn Wildenstein, and Brooke Hogan
News:Blake Robbins, with father Mickey Rourke, Jocelyn Wildenstein, and Brooke Hogan
Joel, you need to correct the names on the picture's credits. The parent's names are Michael and Holly Robbins. Although Dad does look a little like "Danny" Bonaduce and a lot like Paul Simon.
A one-half inch square piece of duct-tape on the camera lens would have stopped them cold, but who knew that they were viewing kids at home without consent?
If I had one of them and thought that they were watching, I'd stage a murder in front of it just to get their juices flowing!
To get away with this activity without any Federal Prosecution happening, someone there must have a photo of the federals boffin' a goat.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
My school is to broke to buy laptops and they get 1800?
If i worked at that school woulda only gave hot chicks a laptop. "i pick you, you, god no not you, and you" lol
Fake picture credits are obviously fake. Kudos on the Paul Simon bit, though--I didn't pick that up.
"Such a thing as a conservative teacher?" You've obviously never met my mother.
Really Joel, Well Maybe your Mom is the one who taught me the meaning of "facetious"
If so we can both thank her
*snort* Cute. :P
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