A Rhinelander, Wis., high school student has been sentenced to 90 days in jail for sabotaging his school district's computer network with a virus.
Outdated technology contributed to the destruction of the district's network, which cost $20,000 to repair, and the incident has many educators concerned about network security and how to stay technologically ahead of student saboteurs.
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