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Britain Approves Extradition of Alleged Hacker to U.S.

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Nov
2016
Britain Approves Extradition of Alleged Hacker to U.S.

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Britain’s interior minister on Monday ordered the extradition to the United States of a man accused of hacking into thousands of US government computers.

Lauri Love, 31, faces three separate charges for allegedly hacking into the networks of the US Federal Reserve, US Army and NASA, among others, in 2012 and 2013. Interior Minister Amber Rudd paved the way for his extradition nearly two months after a British court ruled he could be sent for trial in the US.

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