CPS confirms Gary McKinnon will not face charges in the UK
Ruling brings hacker's decade-long legal ordeal to an end.
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.
Week in Review: The week of the Wikileaks
This week, tech news was dominated by the story of Wikileaks and the consequences of the cables...
Wikileaks: Brown requested UK sentence for McKinnon
Gordon Brown made a personal plea for the hacker to serve his sentence on UK shores, claims latest Wikileaks cable.
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.
Week in Review: The iPad cometh
This week in IT, the iPad finally reaches the UK, uncertainty continues to surround Gary McKinnon’s extradition and Facebook shakes up its privacy con…
Q&A: Janis Sharp speaks out about her son Gary McKinnon
In an exclusive interview, the mother of hacker Gary McKinnon explains why she hopes the new coalition Government will save her son from extradition t…
Nick Clegg backtracks over McKinnon extradition
The Deputy Prime Minister has said the Government might not be able to prevent Gary McKinnon's extradition to the US, despite campaigning with the hac…
Gary McKinnon wins reprieve from new government
The new coalition government seems to be good news for the admitted hacker.
McKinnon must 'face the music', says Home Secretary
Home Secretary says admitted hacker Gary McKinnon should be tried in the US.
Week in Review: Google takes on China
Google threatens to quit China, the economy recovers, students get new tech, and more from this week in IT.
Gary McKinnon wins another reprieve with judicial review
NASA Hacker Gary McKinnon has won another reprieve in his battle to avoid extradition to the US to face hacking charges.
Week in Review: Windows Mobile 7 delayed again
More delays face Windows Mobile, Obama finds broadband schemes in the US and more from this week in IT.
MPs join protesters to show support for McKinnon
Home Office protest pushes for Home Secretary Alan Johnson to reconsider Gary McKinnon's extradition to the US for hacking.
'Free Gary' protest hits Home Office at noon
A protest against Gary McKinnon's extradition will take place in front of the Home Office from 12 to 2pm today.
McKinnon files another appeal as extradition looms
Hacker Gary McKinnon's lawyers have filed a judicial appeal to avoid extradition.
Week in Review: Google backs off... a bit
Google backed off, Microsoft won a security apology and more from this week in IT.
No change as MPs debate McKinnon case
Home Secretary Alan Johnson hasn't shifted his opinion over Gary McKinnon's extradition.
Week in Review: McKinnon faces US extradition
It's been a bad week for Gary McKinnon, Sony Ericsson and Wikipedia.
Hacker Gary McKinnon to be extradited to the US
Home Secretary Alan Johnson has refused to take action to keep McKinnon in the UK, despite the admitted hacker's Asperger's Syndrome.
Week in Review: iPhone arrives with Rick Astley
The iPhone moved to Orange and rick-rolled a few users, Bing emerged from beta, and more of this week's news from the wonderful world of IT.
MPs back McKinnon against extradition
The Home Affairs Select Committee has asked Alan Johnson to consider hacker Gary McKinnon's health.
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.