Anonymous and LulzSec case: four accused males appear in court | Technology Four British males have been banned from using online nicknames after they appeared in court charged with attacks connected to Anonymous and LulzSec. The four men – Peter David Gibson, 22, Ashley Rhodes, 26, Christopher Weatherhead, 20, and a 17-year-old student – were released on bail after the hearing at Westminster magistrates court on Wednesday morning.
Jul 28, 2011 Disinformation is a trick of the espionage tradecraft—show ‘em one thing and do quite another. Is Scotland Yard’s claim that they’ve arrested Topiary some large-scale disinformation campaign? The Scotland Yard LulzSec Arrest Claim: A Mess of Social Engineering and Disinformation?
Ryan Cleary, LulzSec and the culture of the otaku | Technology | The Observer An artist impression of Ryan Cleary appearing before magistrates in Westminster. Illustration: Elizabeth Cook/PA
Teenager Ryan Cleary charged over LulzSec hacking | Technology Ryan Cleary's home in Essex.
19-year-old charged with computer misuse relating to SOCA website hackThought to be leader of the notorious Lulz Security hacking groupFBI seized servers run by Swiss web hosting company DigitalOne as the arrest took placeLulzSec claims it has brought down the official Brazilian Government websiteIt said it did NOT hack into Britain's census information as one website alleged By Rebecca Camber and Colin Fernandez and Lucy Collins UPDATED: 19:34 GMT, 22 June 2011 British police today charged a teenager suspected of involvement in cyber attacks on the CIA website. Ryan Cleary charged over cyber attack on CIA as LulzSec takes revenge
Cyber law, hacktivism, extradition and 'oppressive' response
British police have released a 16-year-old hacker on bail. Known as "Tflow," the suspect is allegedly linked to both LulzSec and Anonymous. According to a U.S. law enforcement official, Tflow was a "significant player" in coordinated attacks against various corporate and government websites, including the CIA, Visa, Mastercard, Sony and Fox. "In respect to his capability and alleged membership in this group that can cripple online entities, and the alleged act he [is] accused of committing - carrying out coordinated DDoS attacks - yes, he's a significant subject of the investigation," the official told FoxNews. "He was significant enough to be arrested in an international, coordinated, law-enforcement takedown." Tflow was arrested earlier this week as part of an international crackdown against Anonymous. LulzSec’s Tflow released on bail
Anonymous DDoS swoop results in five arrests | Security Police have arrested five young men on suspicion of taking part in distributed denial-of-service attacks launched by Anonymous, the group that has targeted corporate sites for attack in defence of Wikileaks. The Metropolitan Police have arrested five young men in connection with DDoS attacks launched by Anonymous. Photo credit: Metropolitan Police
U.K. police arrested five young members of the hacktivist collective known as Anonymous in early morning raids today. The police came after three teenagers, ages 15, 16, and 19, as well as two men, ages 20 and 26. Times UK correspondent Alexi Mostrous says that Coldbood, Anonymous's unofficial spokesman, was one of the five. Five ‘Anonymous’ Hackers Arrested Over WikiLeaks