University Students Face Jail for Hacking Grades

A pair of California State University, Northridge students each face up to a year in jail for a prank that involved hacking into a professor's computer, giving grades to some 300 students and sending pizza, magazine subscriptions and CDs to the professor's home. Lena Chen, 20, of Torrance and Jennifer Ngan, 19, of Alhambra face misdemeanor charges of illegally accessing computers.

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