For anyone who hasn’t heard, a school district in Pennsylvania has recently come under fire for using the webcams on school-issued laptops to capture images of students both during and outside of school hours – about 56,000 of them, according to reports. According to the complaint filed in this case, students and parents were not informed of the school’s ability to use the webcams. In at least one instance, a student was called to the assistant principal’s office to discuss an image captured by the webcam on his laptop. His family has now sued the district and hopes that other students will join them. According to the school district, the webcams were intended for tracking lost or stolen computers.