Rogue admin waits for verdict
Apr 21, 2010, 13:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"San Francisco's rogue sysadmin Terry Childs, who refused to
reveal passwords when he was sacked, could learn his fate later
"The jury has started deliberating on whether Childs is guilty
of locking the city out of its own network. He faces up to five
years in prison if found guilty. Childs refused to hand over
passwords when he was sacked in 2008."
"Rogue"? Way to not report impartially. I suppose I should
be thankful it's not spelled "rouge".
Good summary of the case here--ed