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Apple Remote Desktop used to watch kids' MacBooks

That Pennsylvania case of Administrators spying on kids’ 1-to-1 loaned Macbooks using Apple Remote Desktop doesn’t seem to be an isolated one.  Here’s what happens in the Bronx (fast forward to 4:40 for specifics).  Would this be acceptable if it were only on the school’s network?  

via Giz

You know a lot of companies often do this to their employees, right?

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