"Homeless hacker" Ordered To Stay Home

According to Infoworld, Adrian Lamo has been sentenced to six months of home confinement after he plead guilty. Adrian Lamo is best known for his infiltration of the New York Times, and was dubbed by the media as the "homeless hacker" which is kind of funny if you think about what the judge handed to him as a sentence. On the flip side he was ordered to pay $64,900 as well, and given that he is living with his parents now under house arrest, he will be hard pressed to pay that back any time soon.

On the bright side, at least he isn't bunking with Bubba doing the jail house rock.