Partner Brian Klein, who represents people accused of high-profile hacking crimes, was quoted in a New York Times March 16, 2021 story about a young Florida teenage hacker, Graham Clark, 18, accused of being the mastermind behind the 2020 Twitter security breach of accounts belonging to Bill Gates, Elon Musk, former President Barack Obama, Kanye West, and other celebrities:
“We haven’t built a juvenile system for young hackers but we should be thinking about how we deal with this in a more systematic, compassionate fashion,” said Klein, a defense attorney at Waymaker who represents people accused of hacking crimes. “A lot of these young people view these things as pranks rather than appreciating the consequences of their actions”
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