(Bloomberg) -- A fired Morgan Stanley financial advisor who downloaded client information to a home server to give his job search a boost was sentenced to three years' probation for accessing the bank's computer network without permission.

Galen Marsh, who prosecutors say called the stolen data "the world's best cold-calling list," had some of the data stolen from him and posted on the Internet.

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