Now a law firm and forensics experts are trying to count how many times the software was activated - and figure out if it was ever used to spy on students instead of tracking missing computers.
We know this was the case. The camera was activated on a laptop NOT reported stolen or missing. Therefore the camera was being used to spy in the kid. The issue came to light because whoever was using the camera to spy on the student (in the privacy of his own room) mistook come candy for illegal drugs and showed a captured image to the student's parents, who initiated the lawsuit.