10News.com - News - Security Firm Founder Hacks His Way To Probation:
"U.S. District Judge John S. Rhoades also placed Edward O'Keefe on probation for two years, ordered him to perform 100 hours of community service and instructed him to refrain from doing any work involving computer security while he's on probation, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported."
I don't know much about this story, so don't ask, but from what I have heard, this guy (in all of his infinate wisdom), hacked into Army Computers to prove he could. I remember it, but it was a couple years ago. Moronic move by this guy.
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