UK Man Arrested, Charged With Hacking US Gov Computers
2013 10 28

Red Ice Creations

It’s interesting how this British man has been arrested and charged for hacking into and snooping around the files of NASA and the U.S. Army, while the NSA hacks other nations’ President’s emails and taps leaders’ phones , and collects MILLIONS of emails and other online data without permission or oversight - all seemingly with complete impunity.

Where are the arrests of those in the NSA? Where are the charges?

Why is it ’OK’ when the NSA does it?

More from The Associated Press...

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UK Man Accused of Hacking US Government Computers
From: AP

A British man has been arrested and charged with hacking into computer systems of the U.S. Army, NASA, the Environmental Protection Agency and other agencies at a cost of millions of dollars to the federal government.

Lauri Love, 28, of Stradishall, England, and his partners stole information about government employees, including military service members, since at least October 2012 by hacking into government networks and leaving behind "back doors" through which they could return to get data, a grand jury in Newark said in an indictment.

The government said the purpose was "to disrupt the operations and infrastructure" of the federal government. The indictment does not accuse Love of selling information or doing anything else with it for financial gain.

Love was arrested Friday at his home about 70 miles north of London.

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Read the full article at: abcnews.go.com




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