- Aug 27, 2006
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This is Dumb, Why not accuse the school than the teacher? I do pity her, i mean, i could understand a payment of 100 bucks or something, But 40 YEARS! Man this is so wrong for human rights. Discuss.A substitute teacher in Norwich, Connecticut with no prior criminal record could get 40 years in prison for exposing a middle school class to pornography. She apparently was using the computer in front of students when a loop of pop-up ads for porn sites began to appear. The loops only intensified as she tried to close out the ads. The woman made the plausible defense that some sort of adware or malware on her computer caused the pop-up ads to appear. She also testified that she notified several teachers and administrators of the problem, and got no assistance.
original link: http://reason.com/blog/show/117947.html