Gary McKinnon won't be charged in the UK, it was announced today, ending a 10-year legal battle.
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."
Infamous hacker, Gary McKinnon has been fighting an extradition order to the US in British courts for nearly four years now, with the final hearing scheduled to take place in the high court judicial review in January.
A number of senior British politicians are teaming up to help fight the extradition of computer hacker Gary McKinnon to the US.