Hacker's sentence won't be appealed
The Justice Department won't appeal the sentence of a suspended Cornell University graduate student placed on probation for paralyzing a nationwide computer network. The department had originally sought a prison term for Robert T. Morris Jr., but decided not to appeal the lighter sentence, officials said. Morris was convicted of creating a computer virus in 1988 that immobilized 6,000 computers linked to a government network.Spelling mistake
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