Accused high school hackers suspended


The Chicago Sun-Times reports that four students accused of hacking into the school district’s computer system to change their grades will serve 10-day suspensions. “We take this very seriously,” said Mike Riordan, principal of Oak Lawn High School. After their suspension, the students, all juniors, will not have computer privileges at their school.

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