‘Jeopardy!’ Winner Charged With Cybercrime Felonies

Tom Ozimek reports:

A record-breaking “Jeopardy” game show champion and former Adrian College history professor has been charged with two cybercrime-related felonies.

Stephanie Jass, 47, faced arraignment on Tuesday, Dec. 5, in Lenawee County District Court in southern Michigan, mlive.com reports, on charges of unauthorized access to a college computer, and using a computer to commit a crime.

The court appearance follows an investigation by the Michigan State Police Cyber Command Center after staff at Adrian College accused Jass of accessing email accounts without proper authorization.

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