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Former University of Iowa student appears in court on computer fraud charges

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A former University of Iowa student appeared in federal court on Thursday on computer fraud charges.

Trevor Graves, 19, had access as a student to the University of Iowa computer network. He is accused of changing grades, and obtaining copies of exams for himself and others. 

According to a media release from the United States Attorney's Office, "On November 2, 2017, Trevor Graves, 19, a former University of Iowa student, appeared in federal court in front of United States Magistrate Judge Stephen B. Jackson, Jr., on a complaint charging from March of 2015 to November of 2016, Graves exceeded authorized access, knowingly caused the transmission of a code and command, and intentionally caused damage and loss that exceeded $5,000 to a University of Iowa protected computer, announced United States Attorney Marc Krickbaum."

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