Kids can be so darn competitive these days. Especially when it comes to a good old fashioned water gun fight. Some high school students in Downingtown, Pennsylvania ended up hacking into their school's computer system last week and accessed a bunch of other kids' personal information. However, they weren't trying to change grades or anything like that. Once the school was able to trace the hack, those kids involved admitted why they needed the information. Seems they wanted to get an advantage in an upcoming water gunfight. The school hosts something called the Senior Water Games, where the students go around town and shoot each other with water guns. So, by having access to things like other kids' schedules and addresses, it gave these kids an advantage. The school is looking at their computer security systems.
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