IT Employee Face Three Months Imprisonment for Breaking into Computers
As per the news published by TheRegister January 7, 2009, it is understood that 46-year-old Julius Oladiran of South Norwood, UK, was instructed to pay over £3,000 and also face imprisonment for three months. This order came after he was charged of breaking into the computer system of his ex-employer to load spyware and erase e-mails.
The case reveals that Oladiran joined the company (name not disclosed) as a developer of database on September 3, 2007. His resume showed that he had qualified a post-graduate degree and had worked in top government posts.
But soon, his seniors came to know about his inadequate knowledge during the contract period that spanned for six months. Hence, they asked him to quit within just 3 we...
» SPAMfighter News - 1/19/2009
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