AU: Law student charged with hacking UQ to get better marks

AAP reports:

A law student has been charged with hacking the University of Queensland‘s computer system to cheat his way to better marks.

The student allegedly used a staff ID card to break into a staff area and logged on to the private system to upgrade the marks on his papers ahead of graduation, according to News Corp.

Read more on Brisbane Times.

Update Nov. 30: According to AAP, he is Matthew Wilkinson, age 24, and he faces 14 charges, including six for using a restricted computer and four in relation to fraud. His case has been adjourned to January 20.

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