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See more about this amazing property including photos, virtual tour and detailed property information.School officials admitted they'd captured thousands of webcam photographs and screen shots from student laptops in a misguided effort to locate missing computers. Lillie Coney, of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, said, "This was not a safe or secure or even rational thing for the school to be engaged in."While the school district has settled the case, for 0,000, the Robbins want to make sure this doesn't happen to anyone else's children.From this point, Michael Robbins, Blake's father, said they want to do something positive with their experience. senator in Pennsylvania, Arlen Specter, has introduced legislation to make it a federal crime to prevent this type of thing to go on." On "The Early Show" Blake and his parents discussed their case further. He explained, "At first, I couldn't really say anything because my assistant principal was beating me up for supposedly selling drugs.He said, "We'd like to lobby Congress to change the federal laws about spying and webcam spying and privacy rights. At first, it didn't occur to me then eventually I thought it was shocking they would do this." When did Blake learn something was wrong?Blake said the green camera light would sporadically turn on and off.