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Ex-SF Admin Terry Childs Gets 4-Year Sentence 432

Robert McMillan writes "You remember Terry Childs, right? He was finally sentenced Friday. Childs got four years in prison for refusing to hand over passwords to his bosses. This is a denial of service under California law."
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Ex-SF Admin Terry Childs Gets 4-Year Sentence

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