He pleaded.Over and over the period of two years, but today, Australian teenagers (which can not be appointed for legal reasons) are not convicted and do not imprisonment for Apple hacking.
That boy accessed Apple's mainframe from Melbourne's home. He is a fan of the company because he wanted to work there in the future. He was 16 years old when he first visited.
He downloaded 90 GB of data and saved it in a folder on a home computer called "Hacky hack hack".
"Your crime is serious, sustainable and sophisticated," according to The Age, the policeman said. "I knew that what you were doing was wrong"
The teenager sent a conviction in August but sentence on September 27 (Thursday). Although there is no conviction, an order of probation and observation is issued for 8 months.
Teenagers then entered college to learn about criminal science and cyber security.
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Apple hacking teenagers avoid prison time of "Hacky hack hack"
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