Hannaford Hacker Has Hearing 

The computer hacker involved in one of the largest credit card thefts in U.S. history has pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy and wire fraud.Albert Gonzalez of Miami is accused of hacking into the computer systems of several major retailers, including Maine-based Hannaford supermarkets, then stealing tens of millions of credit and debit card numbers.Gonzalez entered a guilty plea in U.S. District Court in Boston.It’s the last of three cases against him.He pled guilty in September to charges involving other retailers, like T.J. Maxx.Under a plea agreement, Gonzalez will likely serve 17 to 25 years in prison.Sentencing is scheduled for March.