Jeremy Hammond pleads guilty in federal computer hacking case
LOMBARD – Glenbard East High School alumnus Jeremy Hammond pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday of conspiracy to engage in computer hacking after being involved in the December 2011 hack of a government-contracted, global intelligence firm.
He also admitted to being involved in several other hacks, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
Hammond, 28, originally of Glendale Heights, was arrested in March 2011 and charged with crimes related to a large-scale hacking operation against major corporations and government entities.
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