Freshmen Hacked High School Wi-Fi, Impossible For Teachers To Give Tests

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via CBSNewYork:

A hacking scandal has rocked a New Jersey school district.

Two tech-savvy teenagers are accused of disabling their high school’s Wi-Fi system. Police said they did it to get out of tests, but now they’re facing charges.

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Police are calling what happened at Secaucus High School illegal, but also ingenious.

They said two 14-year-old boys — ninth graders — were arrested last Thursday for hacking into the school’s Wi-Fi, making it impossible for teachers to give any tests or teach any lessons that relied on the internet.

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It was all the talk at the school Tuesday.



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