The trial of the city of San Francisco’s ‘rogue administrator’ is over and Terry Childs' fate is now in the hands of a jury. We first wrote about Childs back in 2008. Childs was the network administrator for the city of San Francisco that held the cities network hostage after locking out everyone and refusing to hand over the network password.
Childs was charged in July of 2008 and has been in custody ever since. If convicted, Childs faces five years in prison for his alleged crimes.
I wonder if San Francisco practices separation of duties now.
Source: Network World
John "Mike" Wright