News Corp. hires "Christopher Tarnovsky" World's second best hacker for Corporate Espionage

News Corp, the media conglomerate that’s parent to a number of New and Old Media properties including the Wall Street Journal, MySpace and Fox News Channel, may be subject to a stunning billion dollar civil judgement against them soon, based on the testimony of a hacker described by the Dish Network’s attorney Chad Hagan as […]

News Corp, the media conglomerate that’s parent to a number of New and Old Media properties including the Wall Street Journal, MySpace and Fox News Channel, may be subject to a stunning billion dollar civil judgement against them soon, based on the testimony of a hacker described by the Dish Network’s attorney Chad Hagan as one of the "two best hackers in the world."

The hacker in question, Christopher Tarnovsky, was allegedly hired by a subsidiary of News Corp to develop ‘pirating software’ designed to penetrate the security system of a rival satellite television source, according to a Reuters report over at Breitbart today. Tarnovsky says that he was paid in cash (the first payment was $20k), and payment was hidden inside electronic devices mailed from a Canadian location.

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Hacker, Employment, Corporate, Expionage, Christopher Tarnovsky