Online haters now have the Feds on their trail following outrage over recent digital gate-crashing.
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Rockhurst gave an update to the investigation on Tuesday, saying that the case had been referred to the FBI and the Kansas City Police Department. A KCPD detective was assigned to the case, and an initial analysis showed the IP addresses of the hackers were both domestic and international, according to information supplied by the university.
"We are aware that other universities and organizations around the nation have been targeted with similar attacks over the past two years, and we are learning from their experiences," a statement released by Rockhurst states. "We are committed to doing everything possible to identify those responsible and hold them accountable."
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FBI, police investigate after Rockhurst Black-owned business ZOOM crashed by racial slurs, child porn
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The FBI and police are investigating after a Rockhurst virtual panel discussion on Black-owned businesses was hacked by people yelling racial slurs and showing a pornographic video involving a child. The incident happened on a Feb. 3 ZOOM meeting that was hosted by Rockhurst University's Black Student Union as part of Black History Month.