Aug 242011
 
 August 24, 2011  Court, Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

John P. Martin reports:

The Lower Merion School District has agreed to pay $10,000 to a teen secretly recorded by his school-issued laptop, the fourth settlement with a student since the webcam scandal broke last year.

The school board approved the payout at its meeting Monday night, spokesman Doug Young said.

Lower Merion paid more than $1.6 million last year to litigate and settle allegations that it spied on students through webcams on the laptops it gave to each of its nearly 2,300 high school students.

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