No charges are being brought against administrators in a Philadelphia school district that issued 2,300 laptops to its students, and without their knowledge, recorded them via webcam.

Wired’s Threat Level reported back in April that the district was supposed to use that technology in case the laptops were reported missing, but instead used it to record chats, snap photos of students in their homes, sometimes “partially dressed,” and kept records on websites they visited.

The story broke when the school district started reprimanding students based on potentially illegal activities they witnessed via webcam.