Group of ‘distance-learning disruptors’ busted

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(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 23 – Genoa postal police have reported to
prosecutors a group of three young people who allegedly hacked
into distance-learning sessions and made the lessons crash,
sources said Tuesday.
    The group, which included a minor, was identified after
complaints were filed by a number of head teachers.
    The three, who are from the provinces of Milan and Messina,
allegedly disrupted lessons all over the nation.
    They created special Telegram and Instagram groups to organize
their hacking.
    The students whose lessons were disrupted often fed them the
codes for the lessons. (ANSA).
   

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