Malaysian hacker's jail sentence commuted and fine reduced by Singapore judge

XIN MSN News, 25 Jul 2013
SINGAPORE: A computer engineer who was convicted of hacking into the Marina Bay Sands (MBS) computer network last year and causing a partial blackout had his jail term set aside and fine reduced on Thursday.
Justice Choo noted that Liew's acts had drawn an "inescapable conclusion" that he deliberately intended to cause the blackout.
Still, Justice Choo said it was not clear what exactly was the damage caused by Liew's actions and that there was no evidence that detailed it. Full story

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