Two plead guilty in conspiracy involving Uber, LinkedIn, others – U.S. Justice Dept

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Two hackers pleaded guilty in federal court on Wednesday for a conspiracy to extract bounties from Uber Technologies Inc, LinkedIn and other corporations in exchange for promises to delete information stolen from Amazon Web Services, according to the Justice Department.


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