WASHINGTON A man arrested last year for allegedly stealing credit and debit card data from the Dave & Buster's chain on Monday was named in a federal indictment accusing him of illegally gathering information tied to more than 130 million cards, including those handled by Heartland Payment Systems, a processor that serves an estimated 60,000 restaurants. Albert Gonzalez, 28, of Miami, and two unnamed co-conspirators were accused of conspiracy and conspiracy to engage in wire fraud related ...
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