Hacking School's computer network and changing the Grade is not the right way to get good Grades
A 18-year-old Miami High School student was arrested after he allegedly hacking into the Miami-Dade Public Schools database to his grades and grades of four other students.
Jose Bautista, was charged with multiple counts including intellectual property offence and offense against computer users, after he reportedly gave Princiapal a written confession.
He was released on a $20,000 bond. Judge ordered him to place him under house arrest and wear a GPS tracking device.
"It's not fair to the people that really try," said Mayan Dehry, a senior student at the school."I don't know, if you're just going to be lazy and then change your grades, that's not what learning is about."