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Home secretary Theresa May has withdrawn the extradition order for Gary McKinnon, wanted in the US on charges of hacking into NASA and military systems, on human rights grounds.
McKinnon, wanted in the US on charges of hacking into Nasa and Pentagon systems, will see a decision on his extradition within months.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange can appeal to the Supreme Court against extradition to Sweden to face sexual coercion charges, three Supreme Court justices have ruled
At an appeal against extradition, UK prosecutors have argued that Wikileaks editor Julian Assange should be extradited to Sweden on sex charges
The defence team for Julian Assange has begun making arguments in the Wikileaks editor's latest appeal against extradition to Sweden to face questioning on sexual misconduct charges
Prosecutors have lost their bid to prevent Julian Assange, editor of Wikileaks, being released on bail while his extradition to Sweden on sex-crimes charges is decided, according to reports.On Thursday, the high court in London upheld a magistrates' court decision to allow Assange to be bailed.
Gary McKinnon's extradition to the US to face hacking charges is set to move forward, after home secretary Alan Johnson said he will not intervene.McKinnon's supporters had asked the minister to halt the extradition on the grounds that it would be a breach of McKinnon's human rights.
Self-confessed hacker Gary McKinnon has expressed relief at his four-week stay of extradition to the US to face hacking charges
Gordon Brown has spoken publicly for the first time on the future of self-confessed Nasa hacker Gary McKinnon, who is facing extradition to the US on hacking charges
UK resident Gary McKinnon has lost his legal challenge against extradition to the US to face charges of hacking NASA and military installations.
Gary McKinnon talks about his appeal to the House of Lords against extradition to the US to face hacking charges
Gary McKinnon is due to appear before the Law Lords, where he will appeal against his extradition to the US on hacking charges
Gary McKinnon, the British hacker who admitted breaking into NASA's computer systems, has been granted an appeal hearing on his extradition to the US to face charges.
Law lords are considering whether to hear Gary McKinnon's appeal against extradition to the US on hacking charges
Gary McKinnon, accused of breaking into NASA networks, is fighting extradition to the U.S. where he could face antiterrorism charges.
High Court has set a date for the appeal of Gary McKinnon, the Briton threatened with extradition to the US to face charges of hacking into US military systems
Gary McKinnon could face a long fight through the courts, possibly all the way to the European Court of Human Rights, if his appeal against extradition to the US on hacking charges is rejected
British man's legal fight continues to avoid extradition to the U.S. to face hacking charges and possible imprisonment at Guantanamo Bay.
Gary McKinnon's fight to avoid extradition to the US to face hacking charges continues, after an unsigned note from the US Embassy was produced in court on Wednesday
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