The University of Michigan has expelled a graduate student accused of hacking a computer system and using information to forge e-mails and get copies of final exams, the state attorney general’s office said Wednesday. Ning Ma, 24, a Chinese citizen on a student visa, was arrested last month and accused of collecting information from more than 60 students and professors. Ning was expelled Friday, and the consulate has been notified of his arrest, said Sage Eastman, spokesman for the attorney general’s office. The University of Michigan, citing confidentiality laws, said it couldn’t confirm the expulsion, and Ning’s attorney didn’t return a phone call. Full Story
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