Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Peeping professor charged with secretly recording students' in the bathroom

A former San Francisco State University (SFSU) professor is facing 15 misdemeanor charges of unauthorized invasion of privacy after officials confiscated around a hundred graphic videos of past and current students using restroom facilities.

Mark Landis, a former accounting professor, used his campus ties to frequently entertain students in his home— and to allegedly film his guests using his restrooms.

According to KRON, a local news outlet, the videos show Landis installing cameras in both his roommate’s bedroom and bathroom, as well as the remaining bathrooms in the residence. These documented accounts happened between 2011-2014.  (more...)

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