Michael Thomas’ appeal will send shockwaves through IT industry if successful.
Back in December 2011, Michael Thomas did what many sysadmins secretly dream of doing: he trashed his employer’s network and left a note saying he quit.
As well as deleting ClickMotive’s backups and notification systems for network problems, he cut off people’s VPN access and “tinkered” with the Texas company’s email servers. He deleted internal wiki pages, and removed contact details for the organization’s outside tech support, leaving the automotive software developer scrambling.
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