Mississauga on-line class hacked twice: Peel faculty board


The Peel District Faculty Board is investigating after an unknown particular person interrupted a digital class twice at a Mississauga faculty.

In an announcement to CP24 on Thursday, the board mentioned somebody who didn’t have entry to the classroom hyperlink entered an internet class attended by college students of Chris Hadfield Public Faculty.

“We take all issues of on-line security, scholar privateness and digital citizenship very critically. The board’s IT division is presently investigating,” the PDSB mentioned in an announcement.

The board didn’t present additional particulars in regards to the two incidents. Nonetheless, the PDSB famous that the category has been moved to a different safe digital studying atmosphere.

Earlier within the day, the PDSB and the Toronto Faculty Board reported having technical difficulties with Google Meet and Google Classroom, disrupting digital lessons.

College students in Toronto and Peel Area, together with these in York Area, Hamilton and Windsor-Essex, are taking lessons on-line till Feb. 10.