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Source: Forbes - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Latest News The hacker known as “Weev” doesn’t make a convenient cause célèbre. He’s known to spew anti-semitic rants in interviews. He’s the former president of an association whose mere name is too racist and homophobic to print here. And he once boasted to the New York Times that he “makes people afraid for their lives.” But in the wake of Weev’s conviction Tuesday on charges of hacking AT&T to steal iPad users’ email addresses, many in the security research community are rallying to his side: Even trolls, they argue, don’t deserve to go to prison for pointing their browser at the wrong web site.

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