Jury Deliberates in Arkansas Computer Hacker Trial

Jury deliberations began Wednesday in the trial of an accused computer data thief in one of the largest federal computer theft cases to date. Scott Levine, the former CEO of bulk e-mail firm Snipermail.com, faces 144 counts from a July 2004 indictment. He is accused of stealing 8.2 gigabytes of information from Acxiom Corp. The 1.6 billion records included names, home addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, bank and credit card numbers involving millions of individuals.

Originally by Law.com Legal Technology, 12:27 PM