BOSTON — A federal judge here sentenced computer hacker Albert Gonzalez to 20 years and a day in prison Friday for theft of credit card numbers from the Scarborough, Maine-based Hannaford Bros., Dallas-based 7-Eleven and Heartland Payment Systems, a New Jersey-based card payment processor, according to an AP report. Federal Judge Douglas Woodlock ordered that the term run concurrently with a 20-year term Gonzalez received from a different judge Thursday in two related cases that involved ...

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