FL: High school students allegedly provided hacking as a paid service to change peers’ grades: Police

Hank Tester reports:

A major investigation is underway at a South Florida high school into just that.

Three students are suspected of breaking into Flanagan High School’s computer system to boost their classmates’ grades, but only those who paid.

“They are like 18,” said student Valaria Delgado. “They could go to jail. That’s like hacking.”

“Like hacking?” No, it *is* hacking. They seem to have gotten hold of a teacher’s passcode.

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