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+ - Freed Goldman Sachs Programmer Charged Again->

Submitted by hypnosec
hypnosec (2231454) writes "Sergey Aleynikov, a former programmer for Goldman Sachs, is facing fresh round of charges (again) even though he had managed to successfully appeals against Federal Court trial outcome. According to Manhattan District Attorney’s office, the 42 year old has been charged in a County Court in New York, US with two counts of felonies of unlawful use of secret scientific material and duplication of computer-related material. Previously he was charged under National Stolen Property Act (NSPA) and the Economic Espionage Act (EEA). According to the US constitution, a person cannot be tried twice for the same alleged crime. But, Aleynikov has been charged under the New York laws that are different from federal acts."
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Freed Goldman Sachs Programmer Charged Again

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