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 April 23, 2010  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, Youth & Schools

John P. Martin brings us the latest development in the lawsuit against the Lower Merion School District for activating a webcam to record a student in the student’s home:

The Lower Merion School District administrator who had the ability to activate the Web cams on students’ laptops agreed Friday to let investigators inspect her personal computer to see if she used the remote tracking program at home, according to an attorney in the case.

The administrator, information systems coordinator Carol Cafiero, has also agreed to sit for a second deposition, attorney Mark Haltzman said. Cafiero had previously refused to answer lawyers’ questions about her role in the now-infamous tracking program.

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