10 Nov '11, 10pm

Hacker, Cyclist, Executive, Spy

Électricité de France, the giant power utility and the world’s biggest operator of nuclear power plants, was found guilty on Thursday of spying on Greenpeace in a bizarre and convoluted computer hacking case that also ensnared the disgraced American cyclist Floyd Landis. Agence France-Presse — Getty Images A court in Nanterre, near Paris, fined E.D.F. 1.5 million euros, or about $2 million, for complicity in concealing stolen documents and complicity to intrude in a computer network. It also sentenced two E.D.F. security officials and two security consultants to prison terms and ordered E.D.F. to pay Greenpeace 500,000 euros ($680,000) in damages. The company had argued that it had itself been the victim, with the security consulting firm that it hired acting illegally without its knowledge. The court also handed down suspended sentences of 12 months each to Mr. Landis — w...

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