Hacker loses extradition appeal

  Seth Haniel 10:53 30 Jul 08
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Gary McKinnon could face a long prison sentence
A Briton accused of hacking into top secret military computers has lost a Law Lords appeal against being extradited to stand trial in the US.

  jakimo 12:01 30 Jul 08

Its only right that he should extradited,but rather than lock him up and let his talents go to waste the US should offer him a job.

  GRIDD 12:09 30 Jul 08

Job? It ain't the movies, where the feds will come looking for him to help crack a big case.

He should either be jailed for the laws he broke or locked up for believing in UFOs.

  Seth Haniel 12:45 30 Jul 08

"locked up for believing in UFOs"
then 80% of the US population will need locking up too ;(

  Pine Man 12:59 30 Jul 08

Just heard the discussion on Jeremy Vine show and it is surprising how many people think it was ok for this nerd to hack into computers. I suppose they also think that virus making and spamming are just harmless past times as well - clearly his supporters don't have computers - or brains!

  Al94 13:07 30 Jul 08

Cleary a misguided talent - doesnt' justify his actions but the fact that he was able to do it must seriously worry the US authorities. I suspect they will "go to town" on him as an example.

  jakimo 13:08 30 Jul 08

cant find the reference to it,but a hacker was offered a job by a banking organisation in the us a few years age..You want to get up to speed

  GANDALF <|:-)> 13:11 30 Jul 08

personally I would be banging up the half-wits that allowed him to enter the systems in the first place. I would also offer him a job as he is obviously a bit more aware than the people that set up the systems.

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  jakimo 13:24 30 Jul 08

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  GRIDD 13:58 30 Jul 08

I want to get upto speed and further my education.... WHATEVER.

He should be punished and after he's served his time, then obtain a job.

Demonstrating your skills by breaking the law only deserves one thing.... punishment by fines and jail time, not a lucrative job.

  Bingalau 14:06 30 Jul 08

Funny how all the German scientists got lucrative jobs in the rocket building industry after WW2. without their expertise, man would have been a lot slower getting to the moon. Who knows we may still not have been blessed with Sat Nav??

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