Daily Links 2/18/2010: Philly Fed delivers upbeat news, though Plosser has concerns

Pa. schools spy on students using laptop webcams, claims lawsuit (Computerworld)

Is Lower Merion spying students inside their home? LM official responds (Norristown Times
On the face of it, this story seems absurd to me, but we will see.

Comcast offers data sharing, backups (Boston Globe)

Comcast Expanding Broadband Meter Trials (Light Reading Cable)

February 2010 Business Outlook Survey (Federal Reserve Bank of

Philadelphia Fed’s Plosser Not A Fan Of ‘Extended Period’ Low-Rate Pledge (Wall Street Journal: Real Time Economics)

Pennsylvania SERS Reports Year-End Performance (PE Hub)

Heartland Payment Q4 profit misses Street (Reuters)

WizeHive Launches Tool To Help Organizations Manage Applicants (TechCrunch)

Bentley Delivers New 3D City GIS Information Modeling Software to Enhance Design and Operation of Intelligent Cities (PR Newswire)

IBM, Accenture lead Gartner Magic Quadrant for SAP outsourcing (SearchSAP.com)

inTEST Corporation Reports Preliminary Unaudited Fourth Quarter 2009 Results and Schedules Conference Call (PR Newswire)

Pennsylvania gets $130M for educational, rural broadband technology (Harrisburg Patriot-News)

Philly targets Facebook, Twitter after snowball fight turns ugly (CNET News)