SENTENCING POSTPONED IN HP SPY SCANDAL

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SENTENCING POSTPONED IN HP SPY SCANDAL

 user 2009-08-14 at 3:49:38 pm Views: 96
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    Sentencing postponed in HP spy scandal
    SAN
    JOSE, Calif. — Sentencing has been postponed for a private investigator
    who helped Hewlett-Packard Co. unearth private telephone records of
    board members and journalists.Bryan Wagner is the last remaining
    defendant from the spying scandal that erupted in 2006 and engulfed one
    of technology’s most storied companies.He pleaded guilty 2 1/2 years
    ago to identity theft and conspiracy.

    His punishment had been
    scheduled for Wednesday in U.S. District Court in San Jose, Calif. But
    now, a hearing will take place next week to determine a new sentencing
    date.Wagner’s the lowest-ranking member of the plot to find the source
    of boardroom leaks to the press. He admitted tricking phone companies
    into coughing up confidential billing logs. He claimed he didn’t know
    the records he was gathering were for HP.