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Botnet Operator Pleads Guilty

Robert Matthew Bentley, 21, Panama City, Florida, has plead guilty to conspiracy to commit computer fraud and computer fraud. Bentley was indicted by a federal grand jury in Pensacola, Florida in November 2007. The case... More...

Four plead guilty to online piracy

A group of three men have admitted distributing music illegally and another man pleaded guilty to one count of criminal copyrightinfringement. Matthew Howard of Colorado, Aaron Jones of Oregon, ... More...

Infineon found guilty

RAM maker Infineon have been fined $160 million dollars by the US anti-trust department for illegally fixing prices between 1999 and 2002. Infineon pled guilty, and will be paying the fine off in segments until... More...

MSBlast suspect pleads guilty

Jeffrey Lee Parson today pleaded guilt to creating the "MSBlast" variant "MSBlast.B", which caused so may problems for computer users. For those who don't remember the original Blaster worm exploited the DCOM RPC vulnerability... More...

Innocent file-sharers could appear guilty

A research paper highlighting security weaknesses in a popular internet file-sharing network has raised concerns that innocent users could in theory be wrongly accused of sharing copyrighted music. The Recording Industry Association of... More...

MSBlast suspect pleads not guilty

Jeffrey Lee Parson, the teen suspected of creating a variant of the destructive MSBlast worm, pleaded not guilty Wednesday in federal court in Seattle to one count of causing damage to a computer. ... More...

DirecTV mole to plead guilty

A 19-year-old University of Chicago student accused of leaking the secrets of DirectTV's most advanced anti-piracy technology to hacker websites has agreed to plead guilty to violating the rarely used 1996 Economic Espionage Act. Igor... More...

WorldCom Controller Pleads Guilty

NEW YORK, Sept. 26 -- WorldCom Inc.'s former controller pleaded guilty today to charges that he manipulated accounting to inflate profits and then tried to cover it up, moving federal prosecutors a step closer in... More...

Hacker pleads guilty

A Hacker known as "Konceptor" pleaded guilty to a single charge of breaking into the computer system at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, which conducts US nuclear weapons research. Benjamin Troy Breuninger,... More...

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