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Hector Sabu Monsegurs sentencing has been delayed once again. Cryptome has learned that the sentencing has been re-scheduled for April 2, 2014. However, it will probably surprise no one if the sentencing will not take place in April. This is the fifth time the decision has been postponed, most likely because US authorities still need […]

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Jeremy Hammond pled guilty in May 2013 to one count of conspiracy to engage in computer hacking.

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Jeremy Hammond, the infamous Anonymous hacktivist that pleaded guilty to hacking into private intelligence firm Stratfor and then releasing millions of private emails, has been sentenced to ten years in prison for his crime.

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