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PA - Nude student pics on cell phones

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View the article here So my question, what gave the superintendent permission to violate someones privacy and search their phone and personal records? Yes, child porn should be eradicated, if possible, but violating someones rights, is wrong! 11/12/2008 By Mark Guydish (mguydish@timesleader.com) Education Reporter Tunkhannock area Law enforcement investigating nude or suggestive images of female students found on other pupils? phones TUNKHANNOCK ? After discovering student cell phones with explicit photos of female students nude or in suggestive poses, Tunkhannock Area School District Superintendent Michael Healey said the district needs to be ?proactive rather than reactive? to potential issues with cell phones in school. - So being proactive doesn't mean violating someones privacy rights either!  I wonder if you were just trying to see something you should not have seen? Healey said the incident -- turned over to police and Wyoming County District Attorney George Skumanick, Jr...continue to full post

Full post as published by Sex Offender Issues on November 12, 2008 (boomark / email).

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