Clerk printed lottery tickets she didn’t pay for but didn’t break hacking law
Google Street View reader comments 15 Share this story The Oregon Supreme Court has ruled that while a convenience store clerk was guilty of stealing lottery tickets through the store’s computer system, she did not violate the state’s anti-hacking law while doing so. In the case, known as State v. Nascimento, Oregon’s highest court ruled late last...
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