A guy who used to work for Verizon Wireless has just been indicted by a federal grand jury on ten counts of stealing
twenty million dollars worth of PIN codes for prepaid cellular minutes between November 2002 and March of this
year and then reselling them to other people (how much he got for them it doesn't say). Fortunately Verizon managed to
make stealing from them very easy by neglecting to cut off his access to an account where they kept the records for
their prepaid service even after he left the company back last year.