OH: Firelands middle school online classes suspended following ‘Zoom bombing’ incident

Carissa Woytach reports:

A Zoom meeting at a Firelands School building was hacked Monday, forcing the building to suspend live online classes.

A seventh-grade online class from South Amherst Middle School was hacked, with a person posing as a student joining the meeting displaying pornography on their screen, according to emails sent to parents and disclosed to with The Chronicle-Telegram. The teacher immediately removed that account from the class and livestreamed classes are on hold while the district works to tighten security measures.

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