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Convicted of two offences under Section 51 of the Criminal Law Act (the bomb hoaxes). Nottingham City Council manager used council computer systems to search confidential records and case files. Teenager launched global distributed denial-of-service (DDo S) attacks against UK Home Office and FBI websites.District Judge Diana Baker had considered 12 month jail but sentenced him to a two year Youth Rehabilitation Order and ordered his laptop to be destroyed. Sentenced to twelve months in prison, suspended for 18 months and 250 hours community service 51-year old father of six launched DDo S attacks against over 300 websites after his five children were taken into social care. Guilty plea to the DDo S attacks and two counts of possessing 111 prohibited images.
Sentenced to 255 hours unpaid work and ordered to pay costs.
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900 Aviva employees' phones hacked; Expenses claims rejected. Found guilty of fraud by abuse of position of trust, securing unauthorised access to computer material and disclosing personal data.
Data breach cost the company more than 2m to rectify. Teenager using the nickname Narko launched a series of crippling global distributed denial-of-service (DDo S) attacks against internet exchanges and services including Spamhaus. Sentenced to nine years in prison Teaching Assistant hacked into the school email system at Ormiston Victory Academy and used pupil's account to send email "There will be a bomb in school Monday".
On over 40 occasions over four months in 2011 ex-employee hacked the computer systems of business competitor Rouncy Media Ltd, publisher of Coach & Bus Week magazine, for sales and email data. Convicted, fined and given a community service order of 180 hours.