They're arguing now about who let it happen, but happen it did, with entertaining consequences.
Somehow Nicholas Webber found himself in an IT class while in jail. He's serving five years for creating a site called GhostMarket, which allowed those interested in creating computer viruses, partaking of stolen IDs and enjoying private credit card data to congregate.
He was caught using hacked personal information to buy everything from iPods to luxury hotel stays.
One might have thought that an IT class would have been quite dull for him. One might also have thought that inviting him to an … Read more