Ex-NSA contractor sentenced to nine years behind bars for stealing classified documents

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Harold Martin stole up to 50TB of classified data from government agencies, according to prosecutors

Harold Martin, a formerNSA contractor, has been sentenced to nine years behind bars for stealing classified information from US intelligence agencies over two decades. Harold T. Martin III, 54, ...

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