A former Boston College student accused of using special software to collect personal data on thousands of fellow students, staff and faculty was sentenced to five years of probation. Douglas Boudreau, 22, of Warwick, R.I., pleaded guilty Thursday to interception of wire communications, unauthorized access to a computer system, larceny, identity fraud and other charges. After collecting the personal information, Boudreau reconfigured his own campus ID card to make purchases and illegally enter school buildings, Attorney General Tom Reilly said. He used the newly encoded cards at the book store, dining hall, and laundry rooms, stealing about $2,000 in goods and services. Full Story
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