This talk is about the story of the first hacker in Uruguay that served time in prison. It's about the story told by Linus Neumann 2 years ago in the 35c3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBtynT_dhJc
"In 2014, Alberto Daniel Hill, an expert in cybersecurity, found a security issue in a medical provider’s website. In reporting the issue, it led him to become the first person imprisoned in Uruguay for a computer-related crime—a crime he didn’t commit, and one that probably never even happened.
Alberto, a hacker, was the perfect target for a judicial system that doesn’t understand cybersecurity or cybercrimes. Through police misconduct and incompetence, his life was thrown into upheaval, and he is still recovering from a system where there are no guarantees of a fair trial.
Rife with injustice and anguish, Alberto’s story doesn’t have a fairy tale ending. It is a lesson for Uruguay and the world to implement fair processes for prosecuting cybercrimes. Alberto’s tale will stand as a stark reminder of the dangers of a judiciary system that hasn’t caught up to the technology of the 21st century."
Stephanie Holland, Editor of the book "Operacion Bitcoins: Login To Hell"
This talk is presented by Alberto Hill from his view and features a lot of Q&A from the live audience.
My story featured in the Darknet Diaries podcast: