Federal prosecutors in New Jersey are going after four men who are charged with illegally obtaining and then reselling more than a million tickets to concerts, sporting events and live entertainment in a computer hacking scheme that the government says defrauded Ticketmaster and other vendors.

The Justice Department on Monday unsealed indictments charging the men in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey with crimes that include wire fraud and unauthorized access to computer systems.

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