Dec. 11, 2006, 4:16PM Teacher held for improper photography of students Associated Press AUSTIN - A high school math teacher was arrested and charged with improper photography after police said he made videos and took photos of female students who didn't know they were being photographed. More than 100 photos appear to show "inappropriate" images of clothed female students at school and at a mall, said Austin police spokesman Kevin Buchman. Page White, a math teacher at Austin's Travis High School, was arrested Friday in San Antonio, said Austin police Sgt. Brian Loyd. He was released after posting a $3,000 bond. The Austin school district has sent parents a letter, informing them that White has been placed on administrative leave. Detectives are still investigating, combing through seized DVDs, CDs and other disks, Loyd said.We don't know all the details in this particular issue. But, I have questions regarding what constitutes as "inappropriate". Now, I can understand "inappropriateness" in the school. I am quite sure that perhaps this teacher has mental problems. But, the part of photographing in public is a different story. Where do we draw the line as to what constitutes as "inappropriate" or not and whose judgement call do we make. Where do the Bill of Rights fall into place here?