Two LulzSec Members Plead Guilty to Sony, CIA Hacking

Lindsay Fortado reports:

Ryan Cleary and another member of the LulzSec “hacktivist” group, pleaded guilty to disrupting websites at Sony Corp., the Central Intelligence Agency and News Corp. while denying they illegally posted confidential data.

Cleary, 20, pleaded guilty to six of eight charges filed by London prosecutors at a hearing today. Jake Davis, another LulzSec member, pleaded guilty to two of four charges. They also admitted to attacking websites that belonged to Westboro Baptist Church in Kansas, the online role-playing game Eve Online, and Britain’s Serious Organised Crime Agency.

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