In his weekly Cyberspeak column for USA TODAY, Roanoke Times reporter Andrew Kantor says the Pennsylvania students charged with third-degree felonies for misusing school computers don’t deserve the felony charges, but they also don’t deserve the sympathy many are showing them. The “Kutztown 13,” Kantor argues, agreed to honor their school’s policy on content filtering and instant messaging, but then blatantly broke those rules and continued to break the rules even after repeated warnings and disciplinary actions. Meanwhile, Kantor says the students’ parents have refused to acknowledge that their children were in the wrong and deserve punishment–even though felony charges that could damage their futures certainly go too far.