Leader of StubHub Hackers Gets as Long as 12 Years in Prison

Chris Dolmetsch reports:

The ringleader of a hacking scheme that targeted EBay Inc.’s online ticket exchange StubHub was sentenced to as long as 12 years behind bars, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said.

Vadim Polyakov, 32, was one of six men indicted in July 2014 on charges related to the ring, which stole personal data online and then used the information to buy tickets for concerts, sporting events and Broadway shows and sold them.

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