TalkTalk hacker Daniel Kelley, who tried to blackmail company boss, jailed for four years

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Kelley will serve the sentence in a young offenders' institution

Daniel Kelley, a cybercriminal who took part in the high-profile attack on mobile network TalkTalk, has been sentenced to four years' detention. Kelley, 22, from Llanelli, South Wales, was sente...

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