Category Archives: Offences – Hacking – Mr. McKinnon (Nasa hacker)’s case

Case study: Nasa hacker Mr. McKinnon

Nasa hacker – delayed update (Asperger’s syndrome) Tuesday, 6 January 2009 Nasa hacker – last episodes Hacking (Nasa hacker) – jurisdiction and policies Friday, 29 August 2008

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Nasa hacker – delayed update (Asperger’s syndrome)

Reactions to revelations that McKennon has Asperger’s syndrome vary from annoyance to bemusement. The Home Office considers that lateness prevents the revelation to be a valid claim, but I would certainly disagree. Many mental health issues are discovered late, and … Continue reading

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Nasa hacker – last episodes

Catching up – I was enable to keep the blog up to date – with the Nasa hacker story.The last episode is first a protest against his extradition (3 september 2008), and the last possible appeal for Mr. McKinnon before … Continue reading

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Hacking (Nasa hacker) – jurisdiction and policies

The last hope of hacker McKinnon vanished today. The ECtHR rejected his emergency appeal from the House of Lords’ decision on his extradition case. Obliged to be tried now in the US, Mr McKinnon faces an unenvious position in a … Continue reading

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