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The 28-year-old hacker who prosecutors have alleged was behind many of the largest card security breaches since 2007 is reportedly close to finalizing a plea bargain in at least some parts of the case.

According to the Associated Press and other media outlets, Albert Gonzalez is near to a plea bargain in the cases concerning the computer breaches of the Dave & Buster restaurant chain in New York and the TJX breach in Massachusetts. The reports quoted unnamed sources in the prosecutor’s offices and Gonzalez’ attorney Rene Palamino.

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