Feb 122011
 
 February 12, 2011  Posted by  Breaches, Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Scott Monroe reports from Maine:

A tenured economics professor at Colby College was forced to resign late last month after allegations surfaced that he set up a hidden surveillance camera to take photos of female students in a bathroom while chaperoning an international student trip, according to court documents.

Philip H. Brown, an associate professor of economics who has taught at Colby since 2003, has not been charged and an investigation by the Maine State Police Computer Crimes Unit is ongoing. Brown’s resignation was confirmed by the college.

Read more in the Kennebec Journal.  The investigators have yet to find evidence that would allow them to prosecute the professor for crimes that occurred in this country.

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