Clinton Defenses: Hackers and Politicians Are Apparently Not Liable

[Warning: Slight Rambling Ahead]

Between March 2011 and May 2013, a phisher stole over 300 Apple and Gmail accounts, including many celebrities. (No, this is different from some more recent, but very similar, cases) Andrew Helton of Oregon was found guilty and sentenced recently: six months in prison plus two years of supervised release. He could have gotten up to five years.

So why do I call this a “Clinton Defense Lite”? Because Helton’s attorney, Shanon L. Gray, argued that Helton shouldn’t go to prison at all, simply because his client didn’t use any expertise.

There was no expertise involved. All I did was essentially copy and paste – Andrew Helton

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SCAM: RNC Attendees Get Hacked Through Fake Wi-Fi Networks

So it seems a security company wanted to troll the RNC a little bit, and see who would connect to a potentially malicious Wi-Fi Hotspot. The results were scary…but expected.

(NOTE: This is not about Democrats vs. Republicans. I have no doubt that if this test were performed at the DNC, we’d see similar results)

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