As a registered sex offender, Trevor must abide by a bewildering array of rules, regulations and restrictions.He was introduced to the maze upon parole: He wasn't supposed to use a computer or the internet, but his parole officer didn't initially inform him of these constraints.To continue, sign up for a digital subscription at a special introductory rate of only 99¢ for the first month. If you're already a subscriber, click on Log in below. Sign up now for a digital only subscription to for only 99¢ for the first month.Seven-day newspaper subscribers get digital access at no extra charge; add it to your current subscription here. As a digital only subscriber you have access to all of our digital products - Omaha.com, mobile, apps, and e Paper.Then he would help himself to glass plates of powder, each thoughtfully cut into letters for easy identification: "E" for Ecstasy, "C" for coke.Photos: Inside the Wild Lifestyle of the Hackers Who Pulled Off History's Greatest Cybercrime Albert's two friends were in no shape to think about work.But even stoned on industrial-grade horse tranquilizers, Albert Gonzalez remained focused on business — checking his laptop constantly, keeping tabs on the rogue operators he employed in Turkey and Latvia and China, pushing, haranguing, issuing orders into his cellphone in a steady voice.
Only 23, Watt was the group's coding genius, who until recently had been employed in the IT department at Morgan Stanley, the giant Wall Street investment bank.
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Patrick Toey, 22, Albert's most loyal foot soldier, was lazing around the suite, staring at the Miami seascape through the two-story picture windows, letting his thoughts drift.
"Listen, I need you to do this now," Albert was saying in a firm voice as he set his laptop on the desk in the master bedroom upstairs. "But at least I can read." The American Wikileaks Hacker Stephen pitched over onto the master bed, where, eyes closed, he groggily dictated code to Patrick, who laboriously typed it out, letter by letter.