Cisco hacking suspect convicted in Sweden

Thursday, 22 November 2007, 12:39 PM EST

A Swedish teenager who is suspected of hacking into the computer network of Cisco Systems Inc. in the U.S. was convicted Monday of intruding on the networks of three Swedish universities.

Overturning an acquittal by a lower court, the Svea Court of Appeal gave the 19-year-old man a conditional sentence and ordered him to pay US$25,000 in damages to the universities.

At IHT.

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