Stealing school laptops

Submitted by calturecupture in Illegalism

Hey. I’m about to finally graduate from my god-awful school that has constantly done me wrong. They have an unjust system of tolerance of bullying among other things. I want my last hurrah to be stealing one of their chrome books, but I don’t know how to check it for trackers. I believe the school possibly monitors the computers on a program or something but I’m not sure how that would be possible. I have a friend that has relatives in the office that can give me info, but I’m not sure how reliable that would be. Any tips?

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fuck_me_for_giving_a_shit wrote

I would not. This will not affect the school. It will just hurt future kids and the tax payers in your district.

If you want to get back.. find the people who made your life hell and seek retribution against them.

If you steal the Chromebooks there is a high chance they will just turn over the serial numbers which can render them disabled from the Google Play Store. Technically may not be the serial number. It could be an IMEI number and/or a MAC address.

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Vaporwave wrote

I stole one right before I graduated, from my bigoted homophobic religious school. If you need help removing the enterprise enrollment just message me

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calturecupture OP wrote

It would really help if you showed me how to remove it :)

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Vaporwave wrote

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calturecupture OP wrote

Will this prevent the school from seeing the activity on the computer?

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arewehavingfunyet wrote

you'd better get your act together, kid. there are things you don't understand happening in the world, and you are going down a dark path. it wont work out well for you and some mistakes haunt you for the rest of your life.

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Hardlyworking4 wrote

Hmm I wouldn’t. Can’t you sell some lifts on eBay and buy what you want?

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Brockhampton9830 wrote

You can steal them and destroy them, if you don't care about the Chromebooks, making them replace it from their own funding. Safest way to get back at them.

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Theadis wrote

For preschoolers, regularly take things from other people. At this age, they lack how influence affects others and how harmful it can be. In addition, they can take something from the store only in light of the fact that they do not have enough financial resources to buy it themselves. The idea of ​​buying something simply does not appear, so it’s very important to tell the student about compassion and why it is wrong to steal a tablet so that he can understand how to relate to someone else’s property. It’s better to concentrate on studying in general, you can just do your homework here papersowl.com. Have regular discussions about the importance of ignoring other people's things.

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