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HP 'pretexting' scandal ends with former P.I.'s sentencing

Former private investigator Bryan Wagner will be the only person connected to the spying scandal to serve time.

By December 14, 2012

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Pretexters avoid jail time after guilty plea in HP spying case

A judge sentences Joseph and Matthew DePante, a father and son team involved in Hewlett-Packard's infamous spy scandal, to three years probation and six months of house arrest as part of a plea agreement.

By July 12, 2012

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Accused pretexters enter mystery plea in old HP spy case

Father-and-son team charged with crimes related to HP's spy scandal enters plea, but that plea is immediately placed under seal by the court.

By February 23, 2012

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Plea hearing postponed in HP spy scandal redux

We won't have pleas in HP's infamous "pretexting" scandal 'til next year. The big question: Why are the feds resurrecting the 5-year-old case now?

By November 9, 2011

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Investigators charged in connection with HP spying case

Two men linked to HP's 2006 "pretexting" scandal were charged last week with conspiracy to commit fraud.

By November 8, 2011

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HP's private eyes agree to pay $3,000 for illicit spying

Federal Trade Commission settles with private eyes involved in obtaining confidential telephone records of journalists on behalf of Hewlett-Packard, for just $3,000. They said they were too poor to pay more.

By May 28, 2008

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Calif. court drops charges against Dunn

Judge dismisses misdemeanor charge against former HP chairman. Three other defendants in spying scandal to do community service.

By March 14, 2007

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FTC to court: Put an end to pretexting operations

Request comes as criminal charges still hang over the head of former HP chairman and others in connection with spying campaign.

By February 15, 2007

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Documents: Criminal charges in HP scandal

Read through felony charges California's attorney general filed against Hewlett-Packard's former chairman, four others.

By October 12, 2006