Police: Facebook hacker gets student's nude photos
DARTMOUTH, Mass. -- A University of Massachusetts Dartmouth graduate and an on-campus computer administrator was accused of illegally obtaining nude and semi-nude photos of 16 female students by hacking into their Facebook and email accounts.
Robert T. DeCampos Jr., 30, of Dartmouth, was arraigned in New Bedford Court Monday on misdemeanor counts of unauthorized access to a computer and a felony count of larceny over $250.
In court documents, campus police said DeCampos used the students email accounts to gain access to their personal Facebook accounts, and then he would download the racy photos.
When police searched his home, they found dozens of "up skirt" photos taken by a his handheld PDA at the Best Buy where he worked.
The school said that when they heard about the incident, they fired DeCampos immediately. He is due back in court in April.
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