Rankin friend Duic denies hacking into RBC computer

Wednesday, 8 June 2005, 1:25 PM EST

Daniel Duic denied a lawyer's suggestion yesterday that he regularly had the opportunity to get insider information on stocks by hacking into the server at brokerage firm RBC Dominion Securities Inc.

Defence lawyer Brian Greenspan put it to Mr. Duic under cross-examination that he was alone "dozens of times" at the home of former investment banker Andrew Rankin, who had remote access to RBC from his laptop computer, and that he had the opportunity to "hack in."

By Shirley Won at The Globe and Mail.

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