BOSTON — Albert Gonzalez pleaded guilty in federal court here yesterday for his role in the computer hacking that resulted in shoppers' personal credit card data being stolen at Hannaford Bros. and other retail chains in 2008. He could be sentenced to 17 to 25 years in prison, according to reports. As previously reported, Gonzales had entered a plea in federal court in Newark, N.J., earlier this month before the case was transferred to Boston. Gonzales reportedly allowed hackers to access ...

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