Xiaolang Zhang, accused from stealing Apple's Project Titan data, claims he is not guilty.
Reuters reports that Xiaolang Zhang has pleaded not guilty, during a hearing today in San Jose, California.
Zhang pleaded not guilty at a hearing on Monday in San Jose. He had been provisionally appointed a public defender, but has retained his own lawyer, Daniel Olmos. Olmos declined to comment on the case. A spokesman for the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California declined to comment beyond the indictment.
As we noted last week, Zhang was facing a $250,000 fine and 10 years of prison.