Trial for German Sasser writer begins next Tuesday

Wednesday, 29 June 2005, 3:34 AM EST

Plenty of eyeballs will be scouring the 'Net next Tuesday to learn more about the fate of Sven Jaschan.

On July 5, the 19-year-old student will have his first day in court in the city of Verden, Germany, where he will face trial on charges of computer sabotage, data manipulation and disruption of public systems.

By John Blau at Network World.

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