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Mc Ginley, Superintendent of Lower Merion School District The school based its decision to discipline Robbins on a photograph that had been secretly taken of him in his bedroom, via the webcam in his school-issued laptop. Senate Judiciary subcommittee held hearings on the issues raised by the schools' secret surveillance, and Senator Arlen Specter introduced draft legislation in the Senate to protect against it in the future.

The school then transmitted the snapshots to servers at the school, where school authorities reviewed them and shared the snapshots with others. In July 2010, another student, Jalil Hasan, filed a parallel second suit.

It related to 1,000 images that the school snapped surreptitiously via his computer over a two-month period, including shots of him in his bedroom.

The district had deactivated its surveillance of the student in February 2010, after the Robbins lawsuit was filed.

Five months later—pursuant to a court order in the Robbins case—it informed Hasan for the first time that it had secretly taken the photographs.

The district was put on notice of a third parallel suit that a third student intended to bring against the district, for "improper surveillance of the Lower Merion High School student on his school issued laptop", which included taking over 700 webcam shots and screenshots between December 2009 and February 2010. Lower Merion School District was filed on February 11, 2010, in the U. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, by plaintiffs' lead lawyer, Mark S.

Haltzman of Silverang, Donohoe, Rosenzweig & Haltzman LLC.

The complaint alleged that after the high schools issued Mac Book laptops with built-in i Sight webcams to the students, school staff remotely activated the laptops' webcams covertly while the students were off school property, thereby invading the students' privacy.

The defendants were the Lower Merion School District (LMSD) in Pennsylvania (of which the two high schools are part), its nine-member Board of Directors, and its Superintendent (Christopher Mc Ginley).

It was part of the school district's One-to-One initiative.

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