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It's true that it didn't have the same intent as a prank. However, purely in terms of his actions, I can easily imagine students doing much more intrusive and ToS breaking things than Aaron did on an university network to execute a prank.

Downloading from a network in a manner that violates the network's ToS would make for a particularly tame prank.

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