Students in two suburban Philadelphia high schools will be allowed to view photographs taken by their school-issued laptops, and they may preview them first before deciding which images their parents may see, Computerworld reports. In a court order issued May 14, U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge Thomas Rueter said that certified letters would be sent to students who had been photographed when their Apple MacBooks' cameras had been activated by IT personnel of Lower Merion School District. Lower Merion was sued in mid-February by Michael and Holly Robbins, and their teenage son Blake, a high school student at...

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