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A former suburban Philadelphia high school student was "humiliated and severely emotionally distressed" by seeing photos and screenshots quietly taken by his school-issued laptop, according to the second federal lawsuit filed against the district over the alleged spying, the Associated Press reports. Former Harriton High School student Joshua Levin sued Lower Merion School District on Monday. The suit claims the district violated Levin's civil rights by taking nearly 8,000 webcam photos and screenshots from his laptop between September 2008 and March 2009…
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