Lauren Klose and Reuven Blau report:
The computer hacker who stole $50,000 from a nonprofit run by George Soros was sentenced Monday to up to six years in prison.
Computer expert David Kupratis, 31, of Parlin, N.J. twice assumed another person’s identity and then filched a laptop computer and cellphone from a third person in 2014, authorities said.
He pleaded guilty on May 23 to identity theft and computer tampering charges.
The crimes occurred in the W. 57th St. offices of the Open Society Foundation, where Kupratis worked until he was dismissed after an issue with unspecified “lost data,” court documents revealed.
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