Thirteen-Year-Old Boy Faces Felony Charges for Hacking Into School District's System
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Against a backdrop of struggles in education due to COVID-based distance learning, a thirteen-year-old middle schooler in Valparaiso, Indiana has been arrested and faces felony charges for hacking into his school district's computer system and disrupting education for his fellow students. The boy was taken into custody at Porter County Juvenile Detention Center and has been charged under a new state law of offense against a computer user. (Bob Kasarda / Times of Northwest Indiana). Ed. note: the law in question under which the boy has been charged appears to be Indiana Code 35-43-1-8. Offense against computer users.
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