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Gary McKinnon's mother's appeal to the DPP

By Ian Grant 12 Jan 2009

Janis Sharp's appeal to Keir Starmer, the director of public prosecutions, at Crown Prosecution Service for her son, Gary McKinnon, to be tried in the UK. Read More

Don't sell Gary out, McKinnon's mum pleads with Queen

By Ian Grant 15 Dec 2009

The Queen was today presented with a letter setting out how the royal prerogative had been used to shield parliament from the terms of an extradition treaty with the US, the same treaty now being used against ... Read More

Hacker Gary McKinnon - Essential Guide

By Rebecca Froley 28 Aug 2008

UK hacker Gary McKinnon has lost his appeal to the European Court of Human and now faces extradition to the US on charges of causing damage to US military systems when hacking into them to seek information on UFOs.... Read More

Amber Rudd orders Lauri Love extradition to US to face hacking charges

By Fiona O'Cleirigh 15 Nov 2016

Engineering student Lauri Love faces trials in three US states and a possible 99-year jail sentence for allegedly hacking into US government computer systems as part of a political protest, despite concerns over ... Read More

Gary McKinnon loses appeal against extradition

By ComputerWeekly Staff 30 Jul 2008

Hacker Gary McKinnon loses appeal against extradition Read More

Lauri Love plans to use ‘internet as a force for good’

05 Feb 2018

Engineering student Lauri Love says he plans to help businesses fight cyber crime, after the court of appeal ruled that he can be tried in the UK for allegedly hacking US computer systems, rather than face ... Read More

Gary McKinnon's mother meets PM's wife

By Mark Ballard 03 Jul 2009

Janis Sharp, the mother of Pentagon hacker Gary McKinnon has had tea with the Prime Minister's wife Sarah Brown today, to discuss the plight of her son. Read More

Hacker Gary McKinnon returns to court

By Ian Grant 22 Oct 2008

Attorneys for self-confessed hacker Gary McKinnon have asked the High Court to consider whether home secretary Jacqui Smith was within her rights to refuse a plea to stay McKinnon's extradition to the US to face ... Read More

Saving Lauri Love: activists plan their next move

18 Oct 2016

An eclectic bunch of activists, charity workers and reformed hackers spent a rainy Sunday afternoon plotting their next move in a campaign to save Lauri Love from extradition to the US on hacking charges Read More

Britain stops extradition of hacker Gary McKinnon to US

By Karl Flinders 27 Oct 2009

Home secretary Alan Johnson has called a halt to the extradition of computer hacker Gary McKinnon to the US. Read More