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The Lower Merion School District, which covers a wealthy suburb of Philadelphia, is being sued by parents after its staff remotely activated the computers' tracking software to find 80 laptops that had gone missing over the last two years.
About 38,000 of the images were taken over several months from six computers which the school said were stolen from a locker room.
The tracking programme took images every 15 minutes and was sometimes left on for weeks or months at a time.
None of the images captured by the tracking system appeared to be salacious or inappropriate, said Henry Hocke
to find 80 laptops that had gone missing over the last two years.
six computers which the school said were stolen from a locker room.