How the high school student should be punished more severely, to TEACH him the lessons, to NEVER cut any corners, but, the punishment of probation won’t do CRAP, in fact, it’s bound to teach this lad, that wow, he could get away, with bigger, harder, crimes in his futures, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
A high school student, Chiang from a public technical high school, worried that his and his classmates’ grades aren’t good enough, took advantage of his job at the offices of student affairs, logged into the computer systems, changed the seven instructors’ log-in passwords, then, successfully got into the grades management systems, and, was able to change the grades for himself, twelve others in a total of ten courses; the school thought that someone had hacked into the school computer systems, notified the police, the investigations chased the leads, and found that it was done by the student in the school. The district attorneys considered that the student showed remorse over what he’d done, and his instructors are willing to forgive him, gave him only probation, fined him $10,000N.T.s, and he’s mandated to attend a seminar on the laws.
The D.A. found, that the technical high school part-timed at the offices of student affairs, helped the head counselor with simple paperwork; last May, the head counselor collected the roll call sheet for every class, and, handed the ledger and the password of the accounts to Chiang, asked him to log into the discipline code systems, and help with the logging in the data for who had been absent.
As Chiang received the password, he’d found that he can log on to the “Web grades’ management systems”, he’d used the manager’s status, logged on to the systems, changed the seven passwords of seven instructors, then, used the new password, to log in, changed him and his twelve best friend’s grades in ten courses, to passing in all.
The instructors found that they couldn’t log onto the “Web grades management systems”, thought that the school system had been hacked, reported to the school, the school called the police, the investigative bureau in Kaohsiung sent the agents to chase the leads, reviewed over the log-in-data, the IP address of the log-in, found that it was done by the student, Chiang, and not a hacker.
Chiang admitted to changing the grades for his fellow students, claimed that it was out of goodwill, that he’d not wanted his friends to retake because they’d failed the classes. The D.A. thought that he showed remorse, and the teachers are all willing to forgive him, and so he was given probation.
and he’s bound to become…
And so, guess WHAT this experience will teach this student? That he can get away with bigger crimes, I mean, he did, get away, with only a SLAP on the wrist, for hacking into the computer system at his school, altering the instructors’ passwords, and, logging in to CHANGE the grades for himself, as well as his other, friends, and, because this punishment was, way too lenient, that’s why, he’s, bound to, escalate, and who knows, the D.A. just, made another high-tech criminal, and they don’t even have a single clue of how this young man will become, a hard criminal as he becomes, older.