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Founder of Redbus denies hacking

CLIFF STANFORD, the technology entrepreneur who made £33 million from the sale of Demon Internet, was yesterday released on bail after being interviewed by police for a second time on suspicion of hacking into another company that he founded. Mr Stanford appeared at Belgravia police station accompanied by his lawyer to read a prepared statement in which he denied hacking into Redbus Interhouse, a web page hosting company, or illegally intercepting company e-mails. He is suspected of committing offences under the Computer Mis-use Act and the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act, both of which cover high-tech crimes such as hacking and electronic eavesdropping. Mr Stanford founded Redbus in 1999 but resigned, with two other Redbus directors, in June last year after falling out with John Porter, the chairman at the time. He has twice tried and failed to overthrow the board, and recently sold all his shares in the company. Full Story

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