[ISN] Hospital hacker to be sentenced

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Date: Tue Jan 22 2002 - 11:18:21 PST

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    January 21, 2002
    Sentencing has been scheduled for April 26 for a San Francisco man who
    has pleaded guilty to hacking into the computers of Catholic
    Healthcare West to send 30,000 e-mails to employees and associates of
    the hospital company.
    Michael Logan, 34, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in San
    Francisco Friday to sending the e-mail which purported to be from a
    named employee of CHW and contained insulting statements about that
    person and other CHW employees, according to the United States
    Attorney's Office for Northern California.
    The maximum penalty he faces is one year in prison and a fine of
    $100,000, plus restitution.
    Catholic Healthcare West, with 42 hospitals, spans a service area that
    encompasses parts of Arizona, Nevada and most of California. It is the
    largest not-for-profit health care provider in California and the
    largest Catholic hospital system in the western part of the United
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