Ohio Anonymous hacker in court for Utah police website hacks

Ohio Anonymous hacker in court for Utah police website hacks

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Ohio resident John Anthony Borell III is being tried today for two counts of felony computer intrusion after hacking into Utah law enforcement websites in January. Borell was recently arrested after Federal Bureau of Investigations agents found him using Twitter and Internet Relay Chat logs. The investigation was spurred by...
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