Alleged Hacker Lauri Love Bailed Following Extradition Hearing

A court has bailed the alleged hacker Lauri Love, 31, and temporarily adjourned his case following a two-day extradition hearing.On Wednesday, District Judge Nina Tempia at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London adjourned the case until a later time when attorneys for the prosecution and defense will make their final arguments regarding Love’s extradition to the United States.No date has been set for that upcoming hearing, though July 20 is being considered, reports The Register.Lauri Love (Source: BBC)Since 2013, UK authorities have arrested Love twice for committing computer crime.He is accused of having allegedly infiltrated several U.S. government computer systems, including the servers at NASA, the U.S. Federal Reserve, the Missile Defense Agency, the FBI, and others.At the time of his first arrest in 2013, the National Crime Agency (NCA) seized Love’s computers in a raid at his home in Stradishall, Suffolk.

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