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GREENBELT, Md. — A federal judge in Maryland partially allows allegations that a public school’s safety and security staff members illegally installed a hidden camera where the pom and dance team changed clothes to proceed, finding that the cheerleaders had a reasonable expectation of privacy there. Individual staff members are protected by governmental immunity under Title IX, but their actions violated the Fourth Amendment.