Hongkonger who launched over 6,000 web attacks during Occupy movement gets 15 months probation

Jasmine Siu reports:

A Chinese University undergraduate who launched more than 6,000 attacks on Shanghai Commercial Bank’s website in 16 seconds in response to hacker group Anonymous Asia’s appeals during the Occupy protests in 2014 was sentenced to a 15-month probation order.

Fanling Court also on Monday confiscated a Mac computer belonging to Chu Tsun-wai, 20, following his conviction after trial on one count of criminal damage.

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