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Trial of Australian Hacker Aush0k to Start in July

15
May
2014

The trial of Matthew Flannery, the Australian man known on the hacking scene as Aush0k, will start in July. The Register reports that the trial is expected to last only for two days. When the Australian Federal Police (AFP) arrested Flannery in April 2013, it called him a self-proclaimed leader of the hacker group LulzSec. He was suspected of hacking into the systems of the Narrabri Shire Council in New South Wales. He was initially charged with two counts of unauthorized modification of da…

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