FL: Baker Co. student could face felony for reportedly hacking school’s WiFi to avoid doing school work

Nick Perreault reports:

A 12-year-old student could face a felony charge after reportedly hacking into the Baker County Middle School’s WiFi about two weeks ago, all because the student didn’t want to do school work.

On Nov. 13, the student used a school-issued laptop to get the school’s IP address. Using another student’s cell phone, the student then shut down the internet and phone lines for the school, according to the incident report.

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