Convicted TJX hacker Albert Gonzalez was sentenced to 20 years and a day, and fined $25,000 on Friday for his role in breaches into Heartland Payment Systems, 7-Eleven and other companies. The sentence will run concurrently with a 20-year sentence he received on Thursday in two other cases involving hacks into TJX, Office Max, Dave & Busters restaurants and others, so it adds only one day to his total prison term. Restitution will be decided at a future hearing. “I understand the road to redemption will be long,” said Gonzalez, 28, before the sentence was pronounced.
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1. Do you agree with Albert Gonzalez’s sentence ?
2. Considering Albert Gonzalez didn’t profit from the data theft is his sentence appropriate?
3. Gonzalez’s crimes were committed mostly between 2005 and 2008 while he was drawing a $75,000 salary working for the U.S. Secret Service as a paid undercover informant.
4. How do you think being a paid undercover informant contributed to Gonzalez’s crime?
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