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Re: Man Who Hacked into T-Mobile Pleads Guilty
Posted by: Anonymous 2005-02-16 09:58:21
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A hacker who broke into the network of T-Mobile USA and accessed personal information on hundreds of customers including a Secret Service agent has pleaded guilty to a felony hacking charge. Nicholas Lee Jacobsen, a 21-year-old computer engineer who now who lives in Oregon, entered his plea yesterday in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles. He faces up to five years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine when he is sentenced May 16.

Re: Man Who Hacked into T-Mobile Pleads Guilty
Posted by: spin 2005-02-16 10:07:36 In reply to: Anonymous
way to go, man! let them (T-Mob) think twice before they offer "secure communication" options for a separate fee.
I wonder what they tell the Secret Service, "uugh, we can't keep it secure.... it's not our fault... uuuuggh... it's that dude in CA"
T-Mobile, you should have him work for you for the next 5 years and pay the fine to public. Judge will never allow that... so sad.
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