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Hacker Surrenders To Feds

Hacker Adrian Lamo, who became famous for breaking into computer systems of large companies and then offering to help fix the security flaws for free, last week surrendered to authorities. A federal complaint alleges Lamo illegally accessed The New York Times' network and altered a database containing personal information. (For more, see story "Flurry Of Arrests Made In Cybercrime Cases".)

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