Student gets year in jail for hacking school election

Politicians rigged electionmay occasionally get away with cheating in one form or fashion, but they’d better not try it at the California State University San Marcos. It just might earn them jail time.

Matt Weaver, a junior at the school, ran for president last year. And to ensure his victory, he rigged the campus election by stealing passwords from roughly 750 students to cast votes for himself. Earlier this week, that stunt earned him a year in prison.

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