Hacker Lamo’s sentencing postponed

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Hacker Lamo's sentencing postponed

Adrian Lamo, a computer hacker who pleaded guilty in January to charges stemming from an intrusion into the private network of The New York Times, will have to wait until June to find out his sentence. A sentencing hearing scheduled for Thursday was postponed until June 16, says Sean Hecker, Lamo’s federal public defender.

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