British man charged with hacking US Federal Reserve
Alleged NASA and FBI hacker faces additional charges.
CPS confirms Gary McKinnon will not face charges in the UK
Ruling brings hacker's decade-long legal ordeal to an end.
TVShack founder O'Dwyer to cough up £20,000 to end
After two years spent battling extradition to the US, Richard O'Dwyer looks set to have all charges dropped against him.
Guatemalan police arrest John McAfee after several weeks on
Police force plan to pass anti-virus guru back to Belize where he is wanted for questioning over his neighbour's murder.
New Zealand surveillance agency rapped over Megaupload
Official report rules spy agency illegally tracked Kim Dotcom.
Pirate Bay co-founder to face Swedish copyright charges
File sharing site's co-founder, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, arrested in Cambodia.
Megaupload court hearing postponed until 2013
Kim Dotcom's extradition hearing pushed back as legal team works through search warrant issues.
Jimmy Wales calls for halt to TVShack founder's US
Wikipedia founder launches petition, calling on the Home Secretary to stop Richard O'Dwyer's US trial.
GCHQ denies Anonymous website takedown claims
Government surveillance agency claims website unaffected by hacking group's latest DDoS attack.
Sheffield student faces extradition over 'piracy'
A judge rules Richard O'Dwyer can be extradited to the US where he is alleged to have breached copyright law.
Obama and Cameron discuss McKinnon
Barack Obama and David Cameron have met in Washington to discuss - amongst other things - a solution to the Gary McKinnon extradition.
Johnson ‘legally powerless��� over McKinnon extradition
The Home Secretary is able to stop the clock on Gary McKinnon's case, but he can't rule against the extradition treaty Britain has with the US.
Hacker McKinnon can challenge US extradition
Things are looking brighter for Asperger's Syndrome afflicted military hacker Gary McKinnon.