L.A. students hacked into school-issued iPads

09/25/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

One week after issuing iPads to students, Los Angeles schools have banned students from using the devices at home following reports that students hacked into the iPads to get around the district's security. The high-school students got around the district's network to download content and applications, as well as surf the Internet outside of restrictions implemented by the district.

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