Madonna 'Rebel Heart' Leaker Gets Prison Sentence

(Radio.com) It might be a message to anyone that hacks and leaks confidential information, or it might just be a message to be careful when crossing Madonna.

Israeli hacker Adi Lederman, the person responsible for hacking into cloud accounts of a number of associates of Madonna as well as her manager, and leaking demos and unfinished tracks from the pop icon's then-unreleased new album, Rebel Heart, has been sentenced to 14 months in prison.

Lederman was found guilty of a four charges: computer trespassing, copyright infringement, prohibited secret monitoring, and obstructing investigation.

Lederman was arrested in January of this year in a join investigation from the FBI and Israeli Police forces. Read more here.

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