Source: The Verge
quote: Exploiting iPad flaw proves costly for researcher, despite relatively responsible disclosure process Nearly four years behind bars; that's the fate a New York security "researcher" faces after being found guilty by a jury of his peers and sentenced by a federal judge on cybercrime charges involving his 2010 exploitation of a flaw in the security of iPad service provider AT&T. He allegedly used the flaw to expose the email address of over 100,000 individuals.
quote: And since when is 41 months "nearly four years". It's less than 3.5 years. In any decent mathematics class they would have taught that you round to the nearest whole number or "over three years".
quote: Yes, the article does go on to explain that AT&T was the source of the flaw, not Apple, but this does not explain the headline.