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‘PayPal 14’ Plea Deal Lets Hacktivists Avoid Felonies, Which Is Pretty Much The Best They Could Hope For


WASHINGTON — Eleven individuals charged with helping overwhelm PayPals website in 2010 have reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors that could potentially allow them to avoid a felony conviction. Under the terms of the deal, 11 defendants in what is known as the PayPal 14 case pleaded guilty to both felony and misdemeanor charges during their appearances in federal court in San Jose, Calif., on Thursday, but their sentencing will be pushed back for a year, according to reporter Alexa OBrien. …

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