Aussie Grindr Hacker mite be spared any further legal troubles

a young kid at the center of a massive breach on the popular smartphone app Grindr could be spare any sentence or conviction due to the fact no one within Australia has made a formal complaint about the breach. The hack which seen pretty much all the details of people leaked to various sources breached over a million accounts that allowed Mr nasty to control these accounts. Under the Commonwealth Criminal Code Act 1995 anyone with "unauthorised access to, or modification of, restricted data which occurs via a carriage service, including the Internet and mobile phones" could face a maximum penalty of two years' jail, with anyone above the age of 14 liable for prosecution. A spokeswoman for the Australian Federal Police said such cases involving individuals and small businesses were usually investigated by state or territory police .

Lee Johnstone

Lee Johnstone

Information Security Data Analyst, Investigative Journalist, Technology Lover, Mechanic.

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Aussie Grindr Hacker mite be spared any further legal troubles
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