According to this article published in the AP, a computer hacker named Brian Salcedo in Michigan who tapped into the Lowe’s hardware chain’s computer and stole credit card information received a 9.5 year sentence, exceeding hacker Kevin Mitnick’s sentence by 4 years. Salcedo had pled guilty to conspiracy and other hacking charges.
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