Thankfully, this student wasn't expelled, but the whole this is rather ridiculous.
Basically, this: a freshman at the university of Toronto (Canada) created a study group of facebook. His professors, apparently unaware of what goes on in a study group, not only failed him (he was earning a 'B'), but recommended him for expulsion based on 147 counts (the number of people in the group) of academic integrity violations.
Wow, do they not get it. Online does not equal cheating. Free access to more people and more information is one of the great things about the internet. Using a facebook group to post questions from previous tests, class notes, chapter summaries, etc… is just genius. I wish I could have had such things in high school. It's a logical use for not only the internet, but Facebook.
(http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=11203)[ DailyTech - Student Wins Victory Over School in Facebook Expulsion Debacle ](http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=11203)