Capital One hacker Paige Thompson pleads not guilty on all counts

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Selfie of alleged Capital One hacker Paige Thompson
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Selfie of alleged Capital One hacker Paige Thompson

Thompson is accused of compromising data on 106 million Capital One customers in the US and Canada

The alleged Capital One hacker Paige Thompson has pleaded not guilty to all charges on her first appearance in court. Appearing at the Western District of Washington federal court late last week...

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