U.S. teenagers think they are savvy about cybersecurity--so much that nearly one-third skirt school safeguards to access banned content and 29 percent admit to using tech devices to cheat in school--but more than twice that many say they know of classmates who have cheated with devices, a survey found.

The findings of the survey by the computer security firm McAfee are in proportion with a 2009 survey by Common Sense Media--although the exact extent of cheating, and whether it's changed over the years, is unknown.

It's easy, students say, to take a cell phone photo of notes or test answers, and then...

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