Police Arrest South Miami High Junior David Oliveros For Cyberattacks Against Miami-Dade County Public Schools Computer Network

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A 16-year-old Miami-Dade County Public School student is under arrest related to a series of cyberattacks affecting virtual learning since Monday.

According to Miami-Dade County Schools Police, David Oliveros is a junior at South Miami Senior High.

Detectives were able to trace an IP address responsible for the attacks back to Oliveros, according to a police incident report.

A thorough investigation is being conducted by Miami Dade Schools Police Department, working jointly with the FBI, the Secret Service and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

WATCH: Miami-Dade County Schools officials provide update on cyberattacks arrest:


According to the police report, Oliveros admitted to using an online application to attack the M-DCPS computer network and he admitted to 8 different attacks which the District said overwhelmed its networks, including web-based systems needed for My School Online.

“This individual is responsible at least for eight of the attacks

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Sarasota County to expand internet access for poor students

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Timothy Fanning
| Sarasota Herald-Tribune

SARASOTA COUNTY – Sarasota County is set to expand its internet coverage to reach at least 18,000 students enrolled in remote learning using federal coronavirus relief funds. 

Through funding received from the CARES Act, county officials will distribute $343,000 of its allotted funds to Comcast – a Philadelphia-based internet service provider – with the goal to extend internet service to students who may not otherwise have access for the next six months. 

To qualify, students must be enrolled in at least one need-based program, including the national school lunch or housing assistance program. Acknowledging that Comcast only covers a portion of Sarasota County, officials will also approach Frontier for additional services. 

This month, the Sarasota County branch of the NAACP and the Coalition of Business Associations proposed to earmark money for the 34234 zip code, which includes Newtown. 

Speakers talked about the need to direct

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Berkeley County students will have technology in time for new school year | West Virginia

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MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — There’s good news for Berkeley County students because technology — devices as well as hundreds of Wi-Fi hotspots and other internet connectivity options — will be available to them when the new school year begins Sept. 8.

Superintendent of Schools Patrick K. Murphy credited the district’s technology department for having worked since early summer to ensure students would have needed devices.

“Because of their planning, purchasing and deployment, Berkeley County Schools is ready to launch both computer and internet devices for staff and students for the Return to Learn school year,” Murphy said in an email.

“All of our students will have a device for use in either the brick or click pathway,” he said.

The district’s back-to-school plan includes two options — in person (brick) and remote (click) — for instruction, five days per week.

Students who will be attending in person will return to school

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Cook County, Comcast providing free internet for disadvantaged students

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The Housing Authority of Cook County and Comcast announced a partnership Wednesday that will provide free in-home, high-speed internet service to suburban housing authority residents with school-age children.

The service will allow those students to participate in their schools’ remote learning programs, as well as provide internet access to other members of the household, officials said.



“It is estimated that one-quarter of our Cook County residents lack high-speed internet, and those rates are much higher for people of color,” Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle said during an announcement of the partnership. “We cannot allow a quarter of Cook County to fall further behind as we recover, digitally, during the next phase of this crisis.”

Under the agreement, the housing authority will purchase 10 months of Comcast’s Internet Essentials service on behalf of eligible residents who enroll by Dec. 31. The program is funded through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and

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St. Louis County, Mo., Website May Lack Content After Outage

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The St. Louis County, Mo., website went down without notice earlier this week sending users scrambling, and parts of it may not return for two weeks, the county has announced in a news release.

by Jeremy Kohler, St. Louis Post-Dispatch


September 2, 2020
St. Louis, Missouri


(TNS) — The St. Louis County, Mo., website went down without notice on Tuesday, and parts of it may not return for two weeks, the county said in a news release.

The outage sent many people scrambling to find the link for Tuesday’s regular County Council meeting.

For a brief time, the only information available on the site was

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Lee County teachers return to classrooms; how they’ll prepare for students

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Lee County teachers return to their classrooms Tuesday for a school year unlike any other.

They haven’t walked the halls since March, and when teachers step back into their schools, they’re going to begin preparing for a very unique situation.

The principal of South Fort Myers High School, Ed Matthews, said over that over the next couple of weeks, teachers will have to get acclimated to a new normal, which includes placing classes of core subjects next to each other to limit foot traffic, removing excess furniture from classrooms to promote social distancing, and placing a stronger emphasis on technology.

We’re seeing more and more the value of doing virtual,” Matthews said. “What’s good about it, what are things we can improve on. Just being able to use technology in general. I think some of us, just off of old practices, maybe we just haven’t

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Free high-speed internet available for K-12 students who qualify | Mobile County Alabama News

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MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has committed CARES Act funding to deliver free internet access to eligible K-12 students in their homes this fall, according to the Mobile County Public School System.

School officials say families of eligible students will receive a letter after Aug. 24 which will include a prepaid voucher number and a list of service providers to contact to set up free high-speed internet service through Dec. 30, 2020.

MCPSS officials say this is perfect timing for the district’s remote learning plan.

“If your student does not have reliable internet access, be on the lookout for this letter. If you qualify, contact one of the listed service providers as soon as you can; the sooner you call the sooner your student will be ready for a successful remote learning experience,” MCPSS said. 

For further assistance and more information, contact the Alabama Broadband Connectivity for

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Harris County putting $32 million toward WiFi hot spots, computers for students during coronavirus

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Lariot Recruiting, LLC

Los Angeles, CA

$110,000 – $120,000 a year

  • Advanced computer proficiency, including Microsoft 365 and expert-level experience with MS Excel.
  • Responsible for building strong relationships with customers,…

California Professional Group

Los Angeles, CA

$13 – $19 an hour

  • Provide computer and telecommunication support for providers and staff, build or configure new hardware, system troubleshooting, including boot troubleshooting,…

Priority Technology Solutions

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