Three People Sent to Prison Over iPad 2 Leaks

By  at Wednesday, June 15, 2011  

According to Wall Street Journal that three guys have been sent to Chinese prison as they have facilitated in leaking information about iPad 2 prior to its release.

The court announced the decision Tuesday in statements on its official account at Sina Weibo, a Twitter-like microblogging service in China. It said that Xiao Chengsong, general manager of Shenzhen MacTop Electronics Co., had offered 20,000 yuan, or about $3,000, plus discounts on MacTop products to a former Hon Hai employee named Hou Pengna, for information about the iPad 2. The court said Ms. Hou then paid Lin Kecheng, a Hon Hai research-and-development employee, to get digital images of the device's back cover from last September, six months before the iPad 2 was publicly announced.
They will spend from 12 to 18 months in prison and are subject to fines ranging from $4,500 to $23,000.

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