A lot has been written about the four men federally indicted this week for allegedly hacking into Ticketmaster’s and other companies’ computers to obtain...

A lot has been written about the four men federally indicted this week for allegedly hacking into Ticketmaster’s and other companies’ computers to obtain tickets, but now the New York Times is following the lead of attorney Mark Rush in questioning whether Wiseguy Tickets actually committed a crime. In a commentary in the newspaper’s “DealBook” section today, March 5, author Peter J. Henning discusses why he has reservations about the government’s case, including questions about the alleged wire fraud charges and what harmful “information” the Wiseguys gathered from “protected computer” besides tickets. Rush, who represents defendant Kenneth Lowson, expressed similar concerns with the government’s case.