A former Kaplan University dean has been indicted on federal charges that he hacked into the Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based online school's computer system to send threatening eMail messages to students and faculty, reports the Miami Herald. Ben Wilcox, an ex-law dean who is part of a whistle-blower lawsuit that accuses Kaplan of defrauding taxpayers of hundreds of millions of dollars in student financial aid, was indicted last week by a federal grand jury in Illinois on six felony counts of transmitting harassing and threatening messages. The grand jury says Wilcox used an unauthorized screen name and
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