Convicted computer hacker who contributed to £27 million fraud jailed for not declaring laptop

From the so-you-were-serious-about-that-SCPO? dept.

GeoffBennett reports:

A convicted computer hacker who was jailed after causing losses of £27 million is back in jail – without committing further crime.

Jay Moore admitted fraud offences and was jailed for three years in 2012, Bristol Crown Court heard.

But when he was gifted a trip to Dubai he failed to declare he bought a new Dell laptop computer to take with him, which he should have done under a court order.

Moore, 26, of Cowslip Lane in Wootton-under-Edge, pleaded guilty to failing to comply with a Serious Crime Prevention Order (SCPO).

Judge Martin Picton jailed him for six months.

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