The previous eBayer program is taking 18 months, four more are awaiting sentencing and two more are on trial. A former eBay security official has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for pleading guilty to his role in a cyber plot. p>
The Department of Justice claims that in 2019, Cook will plot and attempt to cover up the trunks of Ina and David Steiner of Nate, Massachusetts, who runs the news website EcommerceBytes. Cook was one of seven eBay employees accused of harassment, including sending threatening letters, delivering live beetles, a funeral wreath and a bloody pig mask to the couple's home. Several conspirators reportedly traveled from California to Massachusetts to monitor the couple, but Cook was not among them. Cook did not appear on the initial charges filed in June 2020, but was indicted a few weeks later.
eBay executives are outraged by EcommerceBytes' news about eBay. "We're going to crush this lady," Stephen Weimer, then director of communications, wrote referring to editor Ina Steiner. Another text claims then-CEO Devin Wing wrote to Weimer, "Take it away." Wenig and Weimer have not been charged. In court documents, they were referred to as "Executive 1" and "Executive 2", but were identified later in news reports. Wenig resigned, Weimer was fired. Four former eBay security guards are scheduled to plead guilty in late September after pleading guilty in October 2020. Charges of conspiracy to hold court hearings, cyberbullying, and conspiracy to tamper with witnesses. They are waiting for their judgment. The employees are Brian Gilbert, the former chief operating officer of the eBay Global Security Team. Stephanie Stockwell, former director of the eBay Global Information Center; Stephanie Pope, former CEO of eBay Global Information; Veronica Zaa, a former eBay contractor, was an information analyst at eBay Global Intelligence. Former eBay Safety and Security CEO James Bow and former Global Flexibility Director David Harville have pleaded not guilty and still face charges. In addition, Steiners filed a civil lawsuit against eBay. and Wenig, Wymer, Baugh, Harville and former eBay employees who have pleaded guilty. The lawsuit brought by the Steiners alleges that they are now suffering "permanent psychological harm and trauma" due to internet routing, impairing their ability to do business. Steiners allege that Wenig and Weimer "gave the other defendants the power of a blank card to terminate Steiner's reporting in any way necessary." In lieu of imprisonment, Cook filed for house arrest, claiming that he told his colleagues the worst parts of the program, such as sending threatening shipments, publishing their home address, conducting personal surveillance and installing the device. GPS tracking on Steiners car warns. Cook's sentence is also said to contain alcohol, which exacerbated the eBay "drinking culture" problem. Cook worked in eBay security after retiring from the Santa Clara Police Department.
"Good Design and Coverage"
The Justice Department said Cook helped plan the harassment and cover-up efforts. "Good design and coverage," Cook wrote in a WhatsApp message to the co-conspirators, based on an indictment document. Cook also advised colleagues to find a "friendly relationship" at the local police station and "convince them not to start [the police] looking for a video of gift card purchases" that eBay employees use to send pigs. Masks and other inconveniences delivered to the Steiners. After Gilbert wrote, Cook responded with two opposing symbols, "it was stated in the court document" that we could control the local police and possibly provide another Santa Clara Seafoy videotape.
More details about this case were published in our article last week. eBay fired employees and cooperated in the investigation. p>
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