Picture this scenario: A student is changing in his school's locker room when a teammate or classmate takes out a cell phone, ostensibly to call home for a ride. That night, a compromising photo of the student appears online--taken with his classmate's cell phone when the student least expected it.

Thanks to the latest advances in cell phone technology, this scenario is now entirely possible--and that has some policy makers and school leaders concerned.

After the Columbine High School shootings in 1999 and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks two years


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