Corona Del Mar tutor who stole teachers’ login credentials to change students’ grades sentenced

I’ve reported on the Timothy Lance Lai/Corona Del Mar grade-changing case a number of times in the past few years. Now Megan Geuss reports:

On Tuesday, Southern California tutor Timothy Lance Lai pleaded guilty to computer fraud and burglary for placing keylogging software on teachers’ computers to steal login credentials which he used to change students’ grades and look at upcoming testing material. Lai was sentenced to one year in prison and five years on probation.

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