|Date of Birth||20 February 1981 , Boston, Massachusetts, USA|
|Height||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
In 2010, Lamo identified and halted the largest classified material breach in the history of U.S. espionage, by identifying accused wiki-spy Bradley Manning and triggering Manning's arrest.
Spurred into an award-winning career in journalism and a reconsideration of his hacking ways by a 2003 arrest, Lamo has worked and collaborated with publications ranging from techcentric 2600 Magazine, Network World, and Mobile Magazine, to more egalitarian publications like The American River Current.
Lamo has also been a regular guest and creative consultant on TechTV's The Screen Savers, and his life is explored in an documentary film by Kevin Spacey's independent film outfit, TriggerStreet, "Hackers Wanted".
His intrusions historically carried a twist -- Lamo was never detected by the companies he compromised, instead electing to help them secure their systems free of charge, and then, with prior notice, air their misfortunes to the public. Critics have derided Lamo as publicity-motivated and have ascribed him a variety of ulterior motives, charges which he has consistently declined to respond to.
Lamo has publicly stated that his criminal career is behind him, but his work in journalism has left him no fewer opportunities for adventure -- his interviews have run the gamut from John Ashcroft to the eco-terrorist Earth Liberation Front.
Lamo now works as a threat analyst and public speaker.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: caveat lector
|Jenna DeVille Taylor||(24 November 2012 - present)|
|Lauren Fisher||(6 September 2007 - 1 February 2011) (divorced)|