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A British court sentenced two hackers to 100 hours of community service on Friday for stealing a treasure trove of unreleased music _ including Michael Jackson tracks _ from the U.S. servers of Sony Music Entertainment.
Two Michael Jackson fans accused of stealing unreleased music by the late King of Pop from Sony's computers are confident they can prove their innocence in court, their lawyer said Wednesday.