Robert Lyttle was charged with hacking government computers in April 2002. According to court papers seen by Reuters, Lyttle got into the Department of Defense's Defense Logistic Information Service and Office of Health Affairs and NASA's Ames Research Center.
If found guilty he could face 10 years inside and fines of up to $250,000. µ
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