It may sound like a Hollywood pitch for a summer movie aimed at teens, but it’s taken directly from the pages of a federal lawsuit filed in Philadelphia that spins a tale of high school teachers secretly installing cameras in hundreds of students’ homes to spy on them.

The class action suit, Robbins v. Lower Merion School District, alleges that 1,800 students were provided with laptop computers equipped with webcams which — unbeknown to the students or their parents — could be activated at any time by teachers and school administrators to spy on the students and their families in their homes.

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