Investigator Gets 3 Months in Prison in Hacking Case - 2015-06-26

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F37.png Investigator Gets 3 Months in Prison in Hacking Case June 26, 2015, Matthew Goldstein, New York Times

Two victims of Eric Saldarriaga's hacking told Judge Richard J. Sullivan of the Federal District Court in Manhattan that they were annoyed that prosecutors had given them little information about the extent of Mr. Saldarriaga's activities and the potential invasion of privacy.

Judge Sullivan similarly seemed surprised that a prosecutor working for Preet Bharara, the United States attorney in Manhattan, could not provide the victims with more details about Mr. Saldarriaga's illicit activities.

"Do they know how long they were hacked and what was hacked?" Judge Sullivan asked the prosecutor, Daniel S. Noble, after the two victims had addressed the court.


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