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Florida man in hacking probe gets 42 years in prison for child porn

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Florida man in hacking probe gets 42 years in prison for child porn

A Florida private investigator was sentenced to 42 years in prison on Monday for using a minor to produce child pornography, which was discovered after authorities searched his computers following his arrest last year for hacking a global charity.
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Canadian who pleaded guilty to teen ‘sextortion’ gets 30 years prison

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Canadian who pleaded guilty to teen ‘sextortion’ gets 30 years prison

A Canadian man accused of blackmailing underage teens via the Internet and compelling them to send him images of themselves engaged in sex acts was sentenced to 30 years in prison Tuesday.
Antonio P. Fontana, 59, of Ontario, Canada, admitted

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Anonymous-linked journalist facing two years in federal prison urges Obama to set him free

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Anonymous-linked journalist facing two years in federal prison urges Obama to set him free

A US-based journalist facing a two-year prison sentence for conspiring with the Anonymous hacking collective has appealed to President Barack Obama to intervene in his case. California-based Matthew Keys, 29, who was previously employed as a social media editor at Reuters, was convicted last October after a 12-person jury found him guilty on three counts […]

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Ex-Miami-Dade detective gets 2 ½ years’ prison for fraud

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Ex-Miami-Dade detective gets 2 ½ years’ prison for fraud

A former Miami-Dade County police detective has been sentenced to 2 ½ years in federal prison for his role in a credit history fraud scheme. The sentence was imposed Tuesday on Rafael Duran, who had served with the Miami-Dade Police Department from 1994 till March 2016. Duran was convicted by a jury in May of […]

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50 Years Seeking Educational Equality: Revisiting the Coleman Report – Education Week

One of the most influential and hotly debated education studies in American history turns 50 this weekend. See what’s changed on five key education issues in the decades since James S. Coleman published his landmark report.

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Wichita man gets over 3 years in prison for identity thefts that cost victims more than $11K

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WICHITA — A Wichita man has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for a series of identity thefts that cost victims more than $11,000. The Wichita Eagle reports that Sedgwick County District Court Judge Bruce Brown ordered Reu Chamberlain to serve 38 months in prison for 10 counts of identity theft, one […]

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Teenage Adelaide computer hacker, already facing 10 years’ jail, now a suspect in other crimes, court told

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AN Adelaide teenager already facing a maximum 10-year jail term for hacking three secure websites is now a suspect in other acts of cybercrime, a court has heard. The case against the boy, 15, of Woodcroft, was expected to resolve by way of plea bargain in the Christies Beach Youth Court on Thursday. Instead, Brevet […]

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Swift CEO Expects More Hacking Surprises as Fix Is Years Away

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The chief executive officer of Swift, the interbank messaging system embroiled in a global bank-hacking controversy, says to expect more information about breaches to emerge as fully armoring the network’s defenses is likely to take years. “We don’t think this is going to be solved overnight, so we’ll be looking for a number of quick […]

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Bitcoin ‘Hacker’ Convicted In Romney Tax Return Fraud, Faces 25 Years Of Imprisonment

bitcoinYour ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. A Franklin man who is a self-confessed hacker has been found guilty of fraud in exchange of million-dollar bitcoin payment for tax records of then U.S. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney. […]

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Hacker sentenced to 15 years

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Hamza Bendelladj and Russian co-defendant sentenced for using computer virus to steal millions of dollars.

Algerian hacker and developer of malicious SpyEye malware Hamza Bendelladj has been sentenced by a US court to 15 years in prison and three years of supervised release on charges related to his role in developing and distributing the virus.

Bendelladj, 27, had pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to commit wire and bank fraud, 10 counts of wire fraud, one count of conspiring to commit computer fraud and abuse, and 11 counts of computer fraud and abuse. He had faced 60 years prison and a $24m fine.

Bendelladj’s attorney Jay Strongwater, of Atlanta, said that his client cooperated with the government and pleaded guilty on all counts hoping to get a reduced sentence for his collaboration.

His crimes are estimated to have cost at least $100m.

Bendelladj and co-defendant Russian Aleksandr Andreevich Panin formed a computer-hacking crime ring that set out to steal money from bank accounts of individuals and institutions by infecting millions of computers in the US.

Panin had also pleaded guilty to the charges against him and was sentenced on Wednesday to nine years and six months in prison to be followed by three years of supervised release.

John Horn, US attorney for the northern district of Georgia, said in a press statement that “it is difficult to overstate the significance of this case, not only in terms of bringing two prolific computer hackers to justice, but also in disrupting and preventing immeasurable financial losses to individuals and the financial industry around the world”.

Bendelladj was travelling from Malaysia to Algeria when he arrested in transit in Thailand in 2013 and later extradited to the US.

The Justice Department statement quoted Horn as saying: “Until dismantled by the FBI, SpyEye was the pre-eminent malware banking Trojan from 2010-2012, used by a global syndicate of cybercriminals to infect more than 50 million computers, causing close to $1bn in financial harm to individuals and financial institutions around the globe”.

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