How about the measure?

A teen was arrested for allegedly posting a question-answer website with his cell phone during an examination. According to some educational experts, the arrest was rare. In fact I found it surprising when I watched the news on TV.

Generally cheating in the exam has been made before now, and in this case I wondered at the fact the minor was not punished but arrested. Was it because he used his cell phone or the university made an example of him? I never, of course, support him or condone cheating.

I believe we should focus on more serious point rather than just arresting him. After all the university's measure against cell phones or those kinds of gadgets should be more featured. It was true there was a loophole the examinees managed to use their cell phones on the sly. A language exam, for example, examinees must turn off their phones and show them to examiners. A university requires all examinees to put their cell phones into envelopes and put on their tables.

In this case we, the media in particular, should feature the university's half-baked measure. In addition, we should measure against all things possibly happen. Just arresting or punishing isn't be a solution, nor is the minor featuring.

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