Put technology in your house that other people know a lot more about than you do and there is no telling what will happen.
School Spies on Students at Home With Webcams: Suit
Administrator remotely activates student's webcam to watch his “improper behavior” at home: lawsuit
By TERESA MASTERSON
A Philadelphia-area school official confronted a student with photographic evidence that he was doing bad things at home. She got her evidence by activating the webcam on the laptop in his house, a lawsuit claims.
Lower Merion School District officials are spying on students and their families inside their homes with Web cameras installed in pupil laptops, claims Blake J. Robbins in a lawsuit against the district.
The lawsuit, filed Feb. 11, alleges that webcams in personal laptops -- that are issued to every high school student -- can be, and have been, remotely activated by school administrators without a person in the same room as the laptop being the wiser.
How did Robbins and his family find out administrators could spy on them?
Of course all you have to do is take a piece of electrical tape and put it over the camera lens and only take if off when you want to use the camera. You can conquer the world with electrical tape.