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SENTENCING - Theft and offences resembling theft - Unauthorized use of computer

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 @ 8:37 AM  

Sentencing of Livingston, who was found guilty following a trial of Attempt to Commit Mischief to Data and Unauthorized Use of a Computer. Livingston had been Chief of Staff in the Office of the Premier of Ontario (OPO) between May 2012 and February 2013. Livingston and his Deputy Chief of Staff, Miller, enlisted and directed Faist, Miller's partner, to wipe data from 20 computers in the OPO. The purpose of the data deletion was to ensure no records remained regarding a Freedom of Information and Protection...