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Teacher’s Email Hacked, Distributes Porn to Staff, Students and Parents



Dear teachers, be careful and protect your emails because you never know what your students are capable of!

In January this year a teacher was fired  from his job when someone hacked his email and uploaded his sex video with an adult male but now a student studying in the Highland Junior High School, Gilbert has carried out an act that is not only grotesque but also scary. Grotesque because what he has done is simply not expected from high school students and scary because it highlights the extent to which the minds of our youth has become plagued with hacking, porn, and inappropriate stuff.

The news is that the student managed to hack and access the email system of one of the teachers at the Gilbert high school and in order to make use of the access, he sent out porn and similar inappropriate messages to students, staff members and parents of students, etc.

The Gilbert Public Schools have stated that the login information of the teacher was somehow obtained by the student and naturally he was inclined to use the opportunity and do something with it. This is why he emailed pornographic images to the people, reports KTVK.

The incident occurred over this weekend and has happened at a time when the school is already facing a controversy regarding its decision to purchase Chromebook computers for all the students.

According to a school board member Daryl Colvin, “the student was trying to embarrass the teacher.”

When this happened, the school’s technology department disabled the accounts of both the teacher and the student “quickly.” The FBI and the Gilbert Police department were both informed about the incident by Gilbert Public Schools.

The principal of the school maintains that the two messages were sent prior to deactivation of the account and that she was extremely “sickened by the horrible act.” As per a district spokeswoman, the school has already implemented measures to filter and block such unsuitable content, however, it seems that these “filtering and monitoring solutions are fallible.”

When the general public was asked to respond to this incident, a Gilbert resident April Pinger stated that her biggest concern was “students accessing porn. Now we see how inadequate the system is to filter out the pornography.” As per Colvin, it is indeed devastating that this incident can ruin someone’s life “but maybe it’s someone who’s a gifted hacker who doesn’t realize the consequences of what they did.”

The school has sent out letters to the parents who had received the inappropriate content. If you want to read the letter, check below:






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