Hacker from “Humpty Dumpty” was released early


Konstantin Aplacophora: Ilya Pitalev / RIA Novosti

A member of the hacker group “Humpty Dumpty” Konstantin Teplyakov released from punishment conditionally-ahead of schedule. This was reported by the United press service of the courts of St. Petersburg in the official Telegram channel.

This is the ruling of the Kolpinsky district court made in mid-December last year, January 9th it entered into force. Before the end of the term hacker was a little more than five months.

In the petition the lawyer Teplyakov said that his client has a permanent job and maintains relationships with the family. It is also reported that the administration of the penal colony where he was serving a sentence, has repeatedly encouraged him.

Teplyakov was taken into custody in December 2016. In September 2017, the Moscow city court sentenced him and another member of the group “Humpty Dumpty” Alexander Filinova to three years of imprisonment.

The leader of the hacker Association Vladimir Anikeev was sentenced in July of 2017 to two years in a General regime colony. In August of 2018 he was released from prison, as each day he spent in jail were counted as two days in a colony-settlement.

Hackers got punished for illegal access to computer information (article 272 of the criminal code). The participants of the “Humpty-Dumpty” (also known as “Anonymous international”) has intercepted the email correspondence of government officials and businessmen.

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