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September 18, 1987

Federal investigators are wading through piles of printouts to assess damage caused by "Shadow Hawk," a teen-age computer buff who used AT&T systems to tap into NATO and Air Force telephone networks, William J. Cook, an assistant U.S. attorney, said. Secret Service agents who raided the North Side Chicago home of the 17-year-old "hacker" Sept. 4 confiscated three computers and software stolen through phone company systems, Cook said. A decision on whether to charge the youth will be made after the stolen materials are analyzed, he said.

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