Inapt Images Caused by Virus in School
Last month, obscene image of a woman draped in scanty clothes appeared on the screen due to computer virus on the screens of a VIth grade classroom, claimed the officials at Mount Pleasant school, as reported by the post and courier news on March 3, 2012.
Chruch officials said that the principals of the Christ Our King-Stella Maris Catholic School received news of the naked woman emerging on the screen of a SMART board. On analyzing the matter, an independent investigator concluded that the obscene images were on the screen due to computer viruses and ultimately caused school server unsecured.
The students of the school also expressed their concern to the School Principal, Jean Moschella as their teacher advised them to suppress the matter and hide it from their parents, as it could result in losing her job.
However, while evaluating the case several disrupted truths came to forth. Firstly, the teacher expressed her ignorance regarding the sudden appearance of the playboy model, Anna Nicole Smith in inapt clothes in class. While addressing the second concern where she advised students to suppress the matter, she affirmed it claiming a mere prank on her part.
School officials sent the accused on administrative level and the diocese of Charleston were commenced. The teacher's computer was examined by a forensic computer expert.
The diocese of Charleston stands by the letter that it distributed to parents at Christ Our King-Stella Maris catholic school on February 28, 2012 and released a statement to repeat that it had taken preventive measure against the accused seriously.
According to the letters sent to the parents, the investigation started after the school Principal awarded of the fact that a group of students had told the administrator that the teacher had permitted pictures of naked women to appear on a SMART board in the classroom, after viewing a science video.
The forensic computer expert looked at the server, the SMART board and ipad used in the classroom. The investigation revealed that none of the pictures had been accessed via any website, nor had they been downloaded onto the computer.
However, the expert discovered several viruses on the computer which may cause the images to be displayed without any fault of the teacher.
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