Schools Are Cracking down on Vaping with New Detectors?

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Schools are taking extra measures to crack down on vaping by installing new detectors. These devices can detect THC and non-THC vape smoke, but it can also hear sound abnormalities, which they claim could help prevent bullying. If the device hears something unusual, a notification is sent to administrators to step in and stop any wrongdoing. Is a device that can listen to kids in the bathroom an excessive invasion of privacy?