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SEC freezes UK hacker’s assets

The SEC obtained an emergency court order from a New York court to freeze assets belonging to a UK citizen who allegedly engaged in a sophisticated hacking and market manipulation scheme.
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Palin hacker appeal rejected

David Kernell, who hacked into Sarah Palin's email account, has lost an appeal against his obstruction of justice charge.
Israel comes under cyber attack
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Report: Israel examines hacker’s claim of voter registry breach

Israeli authorities are reportedly investigating a hacker’s claims on Twitter that he successfully breached the country’s voter registry in the days leading up to tomorrow’s 2019 legislative election. Nicknamed DarkCoder, the hacker contended in a Saturday tweet that he stole information on 6 million Israeli voters, even posting a picture displaying victims’ names identity numbers…
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New charges for Palin hacker

Prosecutors have slapped three additional felony charges on David Kernell, the University of Tennessee student accused of illegally accessing Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's Yahoo email account. Five months after being indicted, Kernell was arraigned Monday in U.S. District Court in Tennessee, where he was hit with two additional computer fraud charges and one count of obstructing justice. He pleaded innocent to the new charges. — DK
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No charges in Palin hacker investigation

A federal grand jury has failed to return an indictment against the University of Tennessee student accused of hacking into vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin's webmail account.
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NASA hacker loses again

Accused U.S. government hacker Gary McKinnon is a step closer to extradition after British prosecutors said they will not charge him, despite his admission of lawbreaking. In speaking to CNN, prosecutors said their evidence did not reflect the criminality alleged by the United States, including nearly $1 million in damages to defense system computers. McKinnon's last recourse: A case review by the British Home Secretary. — CAM
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