The hacker Kane Gamble in London in January. The British teenager has been sentenced to jail for two years for compromising the email and phone accounts of senior US government officials in what a judge called acts of ‘cyberterrorism.’ Photo: PA via AP 
The hacker Kane Gamble in London in January. The British teenager has been sentenced to jail for two years for compromising the email and phone accounts of senior US government officials in what a judge called acts of ‘cyberterrorism.’ Photo: PA via AP 

British teen who hacked CIA chief sentenced to two years in prison

Judge called activities ‘an extremely nasty campaign of politically motivated cyberterrorism’

The hacker Kane Gamble in London in January. The British teenager has been sentenced to jail for two years for compromising the email and phone accounts of senior US government officials in what a judge called acts of ‘cyberterrorism.’ Photo: PA via AP 
The hacker Kane Gamble in London in January. The British teenager has been sentenced to jail for two years for compromising the email and phone accounts of senior US government officials in what a judge called acts of ‘cyberterrorism.’ Photo: PA via AP 
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