Tutor Accused Of Hacking School Computers Faces 16 More Felony Charges

Investigators believe that Lai broke into Corona del Mar High in 2013 to place a device on the back of a teacher's computer to record everything typed on it. With that information, Lai was able to access the school's network between April and June 2013 and change three students' grades, investigators have said.

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