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Insider tries to scam Dice after hacking company he sold to Dice

13
Oct
2017

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David Kent sold his social network Rigzone to Dice, created a competing company, hacked the first company to build up the new company, then tried to sell the new company to Dice.

Instead, Kent faces a year and a day in federal prison for repeatedly hacking into a computer database to which he was not authorized. The 366-day sentence was imposed by U.S. District Judge Denise L. Cote, who commented, “This was a betrayal of trust, a breach of loyalty, and a level of deceit and dishonesty that was very sad and disappointing.”

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