The Home Office is set to reconsider the plans for the extradition of computer hacker Gary McKinnon to the US.
Hacker and Asperger's sufferer Gary McKinnon has lost his final appeal to the UK Government to halt his extradition to face trial in the US.
Who is funding the legal and publicity campaign to fight for the rights of British hacker Gary McKinnon?
Following the recent loss of British hacker Gary McKinnon's appeal against extradition to the US, it still looks like he might serve a prison sentence in the UK if found guilty.
Reaction to the British High Court's decision to NOT allow hacker Gary McKinnon is coming in from all corners of the tech industry, with Canadian writer and human rights activist Oxblood Ruffin claiming that the decision marks "an appalling day for every British citizen."
ExclusiveA poll of 550 IT professionals reveals seven out of ten DISAGREE with the British High Court's decision that the hacker should be be extradited to the US.
The Gary McKinnon saga rumbles on, with the latest twist in the story of the hacker fighting extradition to the US being a decision to put back any proposed move by another month.