Lauri Love, the hacker who broke into NASA and US Army system, wins US extradition appeal

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Court of Appeal indicates that Lauri Love will face trial in the UK instead

Activist Lauri Love has won his extradition battle against extradition to the US following the Court of Appeal ruled today.   He had been due to face charges of hacking into the computers of NAS...

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