Hackers dodge prison in MySpace extortion case
Two hackers who developed and sold code that tracked users of MySpace aimed to make it big by offering their services as high-priced "consultants" after the social networking site sent them a cease-and-desist letter.
Instead, they found themselves facing potential jail terms as extortionists. The two got off with probation and financial restitution under a plea agreement.
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