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Topic - Joshua Levin
A school district near Philadelphia that paid out $610,000 to settle a complaint over spying allegations related to school-owned laptops has been hit with a similar lawsuit.
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.