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Judge Refuses To Squash Deposition Subpoena In School Webcam Spying Case

April 12. 2010

Blake Robbins

Jan Dubois, the judge in the Blake Robbins v. Lower Merion School District case, regarding the school spying on kids in their homes, through laptops issued to them by the learning institution, has refused to squash a deposition subpoena, ordering one of the IT techs behind the illegal spy program to appear in court.

However, the employee in question, Carol Cafiero, has vowed to invoke the Fifth Amendment, which is the right to keep silent to prevent self-incrimination.

Irrespective of Cafiero's incriminating silence, well done to the judge. Someone needs to stand up for victims' rights in these privacy abuse cases that have been popping up all over the country.

The truth needs to be ascertained and not swept under the rug, after the nastiness that was done to these kids and their families, via secretly spying on them in their homes, of all places.


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Key figure in ‘Webcamgate’ invokes Fifth

Fri, Apr. 9, 2010 - A Lower Merion School District official at the center of the "Webcamgate" scandal invoked her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination today.

Carol Cafiero, the district's information-systems coordinator, had attempted last month to quash a subpoena ordering her to give a deposition for the federal invasion-of-privacy lawsuit filed in February. A judge rejected her motion.





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