Cyclist Found Guilty in Hack of Anti-Doping Lab

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Floyd Landis has received a 12-month suspended sentence for his involvement in a cyber attack on a French anti-doping lab in 2006.

"Landis's former trainer, Arnie Baker got the same sentence from the French court, despite it not being able to directly link them to the hacking," writes The Inquirer's Dave Neal.

"Also sentenced was Alain Quiros, who admitted hacking into the laboratory's computers," Neal writes. "He got a sentence of six months in prison plus a fine of €4,000."

Go to "Cyclist found guilty in drug lab hacking case" to read the details.

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