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.
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.
It was all the talk at the school Tuesday.