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Lawmaker won't ID alleged hacker

A state representative says she won’t tell state authorities who was able to access a computer network that is only supposed to be used by law enforcement. The alleged security breach led officials to shut down the network last week, hampering some law enforcement agencies’ ability to retrieve information about suspects. The state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, which is investigating whether there has been a security breach, asked state Rep. Mary Liz Holberg, R-Lakeville, to disclose the name, but her attorney, Joe Rymanowski, says she doesn’t have to. Holberg said her meetings with the BCA have been cordial, and she has expressed a willingness to work with them though she won’t disclose the person’s name. Full Story

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