The students grew suspicious, and when the "interviewer" left the room to relay their answers (using a mobile phone) to his confederate. They looked around the computer they were using and discovered that it had been used to research wireless pinhole cameras. They alerted campus security and began to feed bad answers to the questions they were receiving.
According to documents filed in provincial court in Richmond, B.C., Josiah Miguel Ruben and Houman Rezazadeh-Azar are each facing six charges including theft, unauthorized use of a computer, using a device to obtain unauthorized service and theft of data.High-tech medical exam cheating alleged (via /.)
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