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The US request to extradite the British hacker accused of the "biggest military hack of all time" has been granted by the UK Home Secretary John Reid. Gary McKinnon, accused of breaking into US government...
Alleged British Super Hacker Gary McKinnon has spoke out about his fears of extradition to the US if his appeal fails. Speaking to vnunet.com he described the US as "using a hammer to squash a...