Two 14 year-old schoolboys have been arrested over claims they repeatedly crashed their school’s WiFi network to get out of taking exams.
The youngsters, who have not been named because of their age, were reported to police last Thursday over claims they’d disrupted the internet connection at Seacaucus High School in New Jersey.
Much of the school’s curriculum is internet based, with the boy’s alleged activity meaning all 600 students were left with no work to do.
The boys are said to have taken requests from friends to crash the WiFi at certain specific times, with news of their arrests revealed Monday. Read more