Hector Xavier Monsegur was supposed to be sentenced today in New York City after he was found guilty of bank fraud, but it was suddenly postponed. Under the group LulzSec, Monsegur had hacking into a number of sites, including the United States Senate, Mastercard, PayPal, Visa, and Fox News. But because Monsegur also acted as informant for the FBI, assisting the agency in stopping 300 attacks and turning in other LulzSec members, it is likely his sentence will be reduced. He was facing up to 124 years in prison. [Source: CNET]