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The Mega empire is now short of its director as Kim Dotcom steps down in order to focus on fighting extradition orders and to work on 'other projects.'
As the FBI seeks the extradition of a man believed to be hosting child abuse material, Tor network sites owned by the accused have been subject to an exploit, leading many to believe that the agency has been infiltrating it for some time.
The self-confessed hacker will not now face legal action in the UK following a decision by the Crown Prosecution Service, but the US extradition warrant remains open.
British resident Richard O'Dwyer escapes extradition to the U.S. over copyright infringement claims, but what does this mean for future actions between the U.K. and U.S.?
The erstwhile TVShack.net proprietor, who faced up to a decade in a US jail on copyright infringement charges, has struck a deal with the authorities there that will see him pay a relatively small amount of compensation.
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Home secretary Theresa May has withdrawn the extradition order for Gary McKinnon, wanted in the US on charges of hacking into NASA and military systems, on human rights grounds.
After a 10-year legal battle, home secretary Theresa May will reveal whether the UK will send Gary McKinnon to the US to face court charges over hacking NASA and military computers.
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McKinnon, wanted in the US on charges of hacking into Nasa and Pentagon systems, will see a decision on his extradition within months.
Self-confessed NASA hacker Gary McKinnon will hear within three months whether he will be sent to the US to face charges, the high court in London has heard
The extradition hearing for Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has been delayed until 2013.
NASA hacker Gary McKinnon has been given two weeks to agree to a further psychiatric assessment, a measure requested by the home secretary to help her decide on his extradition case
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has started a petition against the extradition of British student Richard O'Dwyer, who faces being sent to the US over alleged copyright infringement.At the time of writing, the Change.
Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, has stepped up to defend a British student who faces extradition to the U.S. over a link-site that operates "no differently to Google."
Ecuador is considering Julian Assange's request for political asylum after the Wikileaks leader, who is facing extradition to Sweden for questioning over sex crimes, showed up at the country's London embassy on Tuesday.The anti-secrecy activist had been battling the extradition through the UK courts, but the Supreme Court put an end to that a week ago.
The Supreme Court has dismissed a request by Wikileaks head Julian Assange to reopen his appeal against extradition to Sweden to face questioning over sex crimes.Seven Supreme Court judges found that the reasoning of Assange's defence in making the application was "without merit", the court said in a statement on Thursday.
Wikileaks editor Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden to face questioning over allegations of sexual coercion, the Supreme Court has ruled
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited from the U.K. to face charges in Sweden, the U.K. Supreme Court has ruled.
The UK Supreme Court is to hand down a ruling on Wednesday on whether Wikileaks founder Julian Assange should be extradited to Sweden, the court has said.The ruling will decide whether Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny had the authority to issue a European Arrest Warrant (EAW) for Assange's extradition.
A British branch of the hacktivist group will launch its next DDoS attacks against GCHQ and the Home Office this weekend as part of protests against the extradition treaty between the US and UK
Hackers associated with Anonymous brought down the websites of the prime minister, the Ministry of Justice and the Home Office over the weekend.In a distributed denial-of-service campaign dubbed Operation Trial At Home, Anonymous claimed to be engaging in a 'digital protest' at the looming extraditions of Gary McKinnon, Christopher Tappin and Richard O'Dwyer to the US.
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