Reports Swedish Broadcasting, Dagens Eko:
When two school girls in the 13-16 years age bracket found a lost key ring for their school’s teacher break room, they had an idea. They bought simple audio surveillance equipment in a tech store, waited until everyone went home, and installed the bugging gear in the break room.
Their idea was to snoop on a grades conference planned for the following day, thereby to glean information that they might use to improve their grades.
The plan failed, as one of the girls happened to reveal it on Facebook.
Instead of secret information and raised grades, the story ended with each girl being fined SEK 2000 by the district court.
Extra points for pluck and daring, though, kids!
Lars Aronsson comments: “Little Sister Is Watching You”.