If you do do not allow them to keep it in the house and in no way allow them to keep it in their bedroom.
The teen who's at the center of a lawsuit claiming that his school spied on him at home via a webcam says he's still using the school-issued notebook computer and just hopes "that they're not watching" him.
Blake Robbins, a Harriton High School sophomore, says Assistant Principal Lindy Matsko confronted him in Nov. 2009 for engaging in "improper behavior" at his home.
The 16-year-old from Penn Valley, Pa. claims Matsko showed him photos remotely taken with the built-in webcam on his MacBook, according to the suit.
In the photos, the teen was allegedly holding two pill-shaped objects, says Robbins' attorney Mark Haltzman. School officials believed they were drugs, while the family maintains they were simply Mike-N-Ike candy.
WebcamGate Teen: "I Hope They're Not Watching Me" | NBC Philadelphia