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A newspaper informed Missouri about a website flaw. The governor accused it of ‘hacking.’

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Fixing the problem, he said, might cost the state up to $50 million. It’s not clear how, given that it would presumably involve little more than changing an ASP template to remove the embedded numbers. (The odds are good, to be fair, that this system has not been updated in a while.) But the governor kept going: The paper “had no authorization to convert or decode, so this was clearly a hack,” it was doing this to “sell headlines, the data was “not freely available and had to be converted and decoded to be revealed,” nothing on the website “gave permission or authorization for this individual to access teacher data.”

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