Student charged with hacking school computers

Monday, 16 April 2007, 12:27 AM EST

A Mauldin High student has been charged with violating the state Computer Crime Act, after telling police he accessed personal data in the Greenville County school district's computer network to show the district how easy it is to do, according to a warrant and incident report.

Robert Charles Sipes, 17, of Simpsonville told police he had warned the district months before that its system wasn't secure, according to a Mauldin police report.

At Greenville Online.

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