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Links: Second Lower Merion student sues over webcam, Peco to display digital artists and more

DEFINITE READS The Philadelphia Daily News reports that a second Lower Merion student has sued the school district over the webcam controversy. KYW reports on a Northern Liberties cell phone-photography art collection. ABC News reports on a trend of more websites selling class notes to students, including former DreamIT Ventures participant Notehall.com. MIGHT BE OF […]

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