HORROR STORY: Tennesee Middle School Students Filmed in Locker Rooms

Thirty-four Tennessee middle school students sued various officials of the Overton County, Tennessee, public school system alleging that the defendant school authorities violated the students’ constitutional right to privacy by installing and operating video surveillance equipment in the boys’ and girls’ locker rooms in Livingston Middle School , and by viewing and retaining the recorded images.

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