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stlslick
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So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
Committing a Coup with fraudulent evidence, creating fake news, and lying to the FBI is OK.

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PsychTiger
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
In unrelated news, Emily Rose Grover and her mother, Laura Rose Carroll, were just hired by Dominion Voting Systems.


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Eli Goldfinger
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
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Emily Rose Grover, 18, was still a minor when she and her mother, Laura Rose Carroll, 50, allegedly hacked into the Escambia County School District’s internal computer system


I’m betting the charges aren’t so much related to the prom queen voting as hacking a BOE computer system.


RollTide1987
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
Hacking a government network is a serious crime, though I agree that the punishment doesn't fit the crime in question. I doubt they get serious jail time. If they do then we are living in a clown world.


GhostOfFreedom
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
Where is Ruby Freedman and her associates? Anything happen to them for committing fraud that was recorded on security tapes????


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MeatCleaverWeaver
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
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Committing a Coup with fraudulent evidence, creating fake news, and lying to the FBI is OK.


It was for the common good


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lsunatchamp
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
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Nosevens
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
Funny thing is why would they even think to look at the possibility of it being hacked for a prom outcome


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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
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I’m betting the charges aren’t so much related to the prom queen voting as hacking a BOE computer system.


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Laura Rose Carroll, 50, allegedly hacked into the Escambia County School District’s internal computer system in order to game the outcome of an October 2020 homecoming court vote.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) began investigating the incident in November 2020 after the school district reported unauthorized access into hundreds of student accounts.


Yeah, either TS is either retarded or he didn't read the article.
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Numberwang
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
The egregious double-standards are deliberate. It's how they show you how much power they have over you.


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starkvingrad
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
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So rigging a prom gets you felonies


Well let's not ignore the idiot mother deserves to be in serious trouble for hacking into a database full of hundreds of kids' personal information...

But your point still stands.


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Jyrdis
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
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I’m betting the charges aren’t so much related to the prom queen voting as hacking a BOE computer system.




what the hell was the password? Password123?


Eli Goldfinger
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
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what the hell was the password? Password123?


I thought the same thing.
It’s not like these 2 chicks REALLY hacked a network.


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Dam Guide
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
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what the hell was the password? Password123?


They didn't hack the network, people use the term hack far too frequently when it isn't even remotely what happened.

The mother had legitimate access and the mother and daughter both abused that access to do things like modify the vote in the daughters favor as well as the daughter using it for her own purposes like viewing private information. The daughter had been abusing her mother's access for at least 4 years.

This is what they are charged with:

Carroll and her daughter each face one count each of: (1) offenses against users of computers, computer systems, computer networks, and electronic devices; (2) unlawful use of a two-way communications device; (3) criminal use of personally identifiable information; and (4) and conspiracy.
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Bulldogblitz
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
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A Florida teenager


Isn't this also where the mother daughter rigged the cheerleader captain vote?


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TDFreak
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
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They didn't hack the network, people use the term hack far too frequently when it isn't even remotely what happened.

What? Law enforcement making ridiculous stretches in order to get a long sentence? It’s my biggest beef with those people.


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anc
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re: So rigging a prom gets you felonies and serious jail time, but
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I’m betting the charges aren’t so much related to the prom queen voting as hacking a BOE computer system.



But it wasn't hacking. The mother was a principal and used her access to change votes. Its misuse of a system, which is certainly a fireable offense, but I don't believe its criminal.



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