Co-conspirator in Steubenville computer-hacking case is sentenced to 8 months

Greg Kocher reports:

A computer hacker was sentenced Monday to eight months in prison for his role in helping a Winchester resident known online as “KYAnonymous” compromise a website and get involved in a controversy surrounding a rape case in Steubenville, Ohio.

Noah McHugh, 26, of Alexandria, Va., had pleaded guilty in September to one charge of accessing a computer without authorization. Once he is released from prison, McHugh will serve four months of home detention, said defense attorney David H. Thomas of Columbus, Ohio.


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