Sunday, 06 April 2014 20:57

3 months of prison for leaking data from Microsoft

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After it was revealed that Alex Kibkalo from Microsoft leaked confidential information about new Microsoft products to a French blogger, who tried to check the veracity of the data by sending an inquiry to Microsoft, express investigation followed that resulted in Alex's arrest.

Faced with undeniable evidence Kibkalo realized that there is not much benefit from denial of the offenses he was charged with, so he acknowledged them all before a judge of the District Court in Seattle. Alex was found guilty, and this summer will spend behind bars.

The court granted him a prison sentence of three months, and he will have to pay compensation in the amount of $ 22,500.00 to Microsoft. Alex is currently in custody, and will begin to serve his punishment starting from 1st July of this year.

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