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Charges Filed in 2010 AT&T iPad Security Breach That Revealed Personal Information
Reuters reports that U.S. prosecutors have filed criminal charges against two people involved in an AT&T security breach last year that saw email addresses and SIM identifiers for close to 120,000 U.S. iPad + 3G users exposed.
U.S. prosecutors filed criminal charges against two people accused of stealing the email addresses and other personal data of about 120,000 users of Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) iPad tablet computer.
Daniel Spitler and Andrew Auernheimer were each charged with one count of fraud and one count of conspiracy to access a computer without authorization, prosecutors said.
Auernheimer had previously argued that he had done nothing wrong, simply accessing information made freely available on AT&T's site due to improper security controls. Questions remained, however, about what was done with the information and why he had shared the details of the breach and the harvested information with Valleywag rather than going straight to AT&T.