When the Law Does Not Protect the Innocent...

Saturday, February 3, 2007

Case in fact, a substitute teacher is in trouble for being in the same room as computers that exposed kids to pornographic pop-ups. Sounds like Adware to me, which is something most Windows users don't really have control over. Adware is everywhere on the net and its hard enough to avoid getting them. Why put a subbie in jail for 40-something years for something the school's IT person was probably in more at fault with? I don't get it. Or was it just a technology-shunning judge or district attorney that made it possible? An erring defense attorney, maybe? This woman should not go to jail for this. It's just wrong.


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